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Beluga whales are being affected by climate change

Climate change may be putting beluga whales out of their depths

June 10, 2019 — 
An international team of researchers has found that the physical condition of beluga whales affects their capacity to store oxygen in their blood and muscle tissues

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Faculty of Law receives support to offer classes in both official languages

June 5, 2019 — 
The Government of Canada is supporting the development of a common law certificate in French at the University of Manitoba

In the Winnipeg debut of their play, The Local Sky Tonight, two of Canada’s best-known performance artists, Shawna Dempsey and Lorri Millan, explore the human experience of wonder and the ways it can lead to belief in an unseen order.

U of M teams up with renowned performance artists to answer grand questions

January 31, 2019 — 
Two of Canada’s best-known performance artists, Shawna Dempsey and Lorri Millan, launch the Winnipeg debut of their play The Local Sky Tonight, which explores the human experience of wonder

51st Annual Fall Convocation

2018 Fall Convocation at the U of M

October 8, 2018 — 
At its 2018 Fall Convocation, the University of Manitoba will confer degrees, diplomas and certificates on 1,512 graduates

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Adult holds newborn baby's hand. // Image from iStock.

Rady Faculty of Health Sciences

New Study: Effects of Instagram on breastfeeding perceptions

August 28, 2018 — 
Research shows how social media can influence and support new moms.

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U of M study tracks high-risk drinkers’ use of health and other services

June 22, 2018 — 
A groundbreaking Manitoba research study of heavy drinkers’ interactions with the health-care, social service and justice systems will be released on Monday, June 25, 2018.

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First-year dentistry student Gladys Yeung took part in Sharing Smiles Day on April 25 // Photo by Cleve Kim

Announcing a major gift that will rename the College of Dentistry

May 25, 2018 — 
The College of Dentistry will receive the largest gift in its history on May 29.

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Arthur Mauro, Chancellor Emeritus and alumnus of the University of Manitoba.

Winnipeg, the new Geneva?

December 8, 2017 — 
Arthur Mauro announces $5 million to Front and Centre campaign

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Major donation to be announced today, will create unique institute

May 2, 2017 — 
Gift announcement, Front and Centre Campaign

This image, taken by NASA's Hubble Space Telescope, reveals an unusual sight: a runaway quasar fleeing from its galaxy's central hub. A quasar is the visible, energetic signature of a black hole. Black holes cannot be observed directly, but they are the energy source at the heart of quasars — intense, compact gushers of radiation that can outshine an entire galaxy. Credits: NASA, ESA, and M. Chiaberge (STScI and JHU)

Intergalactic travellers beware: Rogue black holes may be roaming about

March 24, 2017 — 
A new study by an international consortium of astronomy researchers has found that massive black holes in the center of galaxies can get “kicked out” by gravitational waves

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