biology News Archive
October 29, 2018 —
Week-long exhibit in downtown Winnipeg will celebrate the diversity of plants located in the U of M Herbarium by featuring the work of a wide variety of artists
December 5, 2016 —
Research scientist, Steven Ferguson, biological sciences, will be presenting his findings in Winnipeg this week at ArcticNet 2016, the largest single gathering of scientists focused on the rapidly changing Arctic.
December 2, 2016 —
Riley Fache is a fourth-year biology student who is making and marketing her own line of skin care products that are easy on the skin, but also less harmful on the environment than many commercial creams and bath oils
September 15, 2016 —
Asthma and COPD research pioneer inducted into Canadian Academy of Health Sciences
November 10, 2015 —
'It may be a bit of a wakeup call for the industry'
October 6, 2015 —
Why one of the most insightful scientists in history was convinced that alchemical transformations were scientifically plausible.
August 13, 2015 —
U of M researcher first to quantify unique behaviour in rodents
April 7, 2015 —
But just how likely is the mammoth’s revival?
March 23, 2015 —
Bruce Ford, department of biological sciences, Faculty of Science, believes he has discovered the center of origin of the world’s largest flowering plant genus, and he’s out to prove it on a National Geographic-supported expedition to Vietnam.
March 20, 2015 —
Anna Liu is one of four students in Western Canada awarded the prestigious Fessenden-Trott scholarship