Biological Sciences News Archive
July 14, 2017 —
Normal human gut microbiota are currently one of the least understood parts of the human body, having been previously virtually ignored by the research community.
May 18, 2017 —
"Even a small number of days can make a difference," said U of M's Kevin Fraser
April 18, 2017 —
Biologist Mark Belmonte hopes the March for Science on April 22 will bring attention to the importance of science, data and empirical evidence when it comes to policy making at all levels of government
April 17, 2017 —
The nesting of geese on campus is only the first part of the problem.
April 6, 2017 —
Kevin Fraser, Associate Professor in the Department of Biological Sciences is an expert songbird migration researcher. He is one of just a few scientists in Manitoba studying the migratory patterns of songbirds, many of which pass through here on their way from their northern breeding sites, to warmer southern climes, and back again.
April 5, 2017 —
Join us on campus on Saturday, May 13, 2017 for a free day of fun and discovery.
March 30, 2017 —
Understanding sex determination in lampreys will help us understand the evolution of sex determination in vertebrates.”
March 29, 2017 —
On March 2nd, University of Manitoba alumna Kaitlin Vitt released her first book entitled Planted: Stories From Manitoba’s Natural World. The 80 page piece of creative non-fiction is a exploration of the people, plants, and fungi that make our province diverse and rich.
March 23, 2017 —
Biologist James Roth highlighted on tonight's show
February 13, 2017 —
Luke Belding, a PhD student in Gary Anderson's lab, Biological Sciences, is exploring how free swimming, newly hatched larval Lake Sturgeon deal with rapidly changing environments. Particularly, how they will respond to increasing CO2 and temperatures scientists predict for 2100, which, since sturgeon can live to be 100, the fish being born today will experience.