U of M in the News News Archive
October 19, 2017 —
The media can play a role in helping prevent future tragedies by not giving the perpetrators what they want. They can refuse to publish the names or photos of the people who commit these crimes.
October 18, 2017 —
Frank Cormier, a criminologist at the University of Manitoba, says regardless of the outcome there will still be unanswered questions.
October 17, 2017 —
“If you don’t do anything, of course it’s going to cost you anyway, and you’re just basically not solving a problem,” Loxley said.
October 13, 2017 —
'I think as you become exposed to people who have a new way of looking at things, who have a new idea that builds into your overall outlook, that might give you ideas on how you can really push forward'
October 12, 2017 —
James Fergusson, director of the University of Manitoba’s Centre for Defence and Security Studies, testified in front of the Standing Committee
October 5, 2017 —
To keep things from getting a great deal worse, we have got to get the carbon monkey off our back. If our climate policy in Manitoba is summed up in a farm-exempt $25 flat tax, the monkey will be in no rush to budge
October 4, 2017 —
Prof Rick Linden weighs in on public safety around the stadium
October 3, 2017 —
When sexbots become available, they could make relationships stronger by providing novelty and variety – or they might allow you to give up sex altogether
October 3, 2017 —
Household garbage is a low-hanging fruit in the area of utilizing waste biomass for energy. Let’s take a closer look at this potential resource.
October 2, 2017 —
University of Manitoba researchers are pioneering the use of whisker pattern analysis software to identify and track polar bears in Canada.