chemistry News Archive
April 23, 2018 —
When Stephen Kirkland, head of the Department of Mathematics, invited John Urschel, former NFL star, PhD student, Massachusetts Institute of Technology, (MIT), to speak at the U of M, the gesture, he confesses, wasn’t solely altruistic. There was a bit of self-interest at play as well.
April 9, 2018 —
For an event that only started a year ago, the March for Science has a lot of momentum behind it
April 9, 2018 —
World-renowned electrochemist Michael Grätzel's upcoming lecture, entitled “Energy Beyond Oil,” will review recent progress in the area of exploitation of solar energy converters
April 5, 2018 —
Science Rendezvous, a free day of fun and discovery returns to the University of Manitoba, Fort Garry campus Saturday, May 12
March 22, 2018 —
Consider volunteering for Science Rendezvous, the largest celebration of science and engineering in Canada!
March 20, 2018 —
Dr. Virginia Trimble believes there isn’t just one universe, but many
February 13, 2018 —
For the uninitiated, microwave and infrared spectroscopy is the study of the movement of molecules on a microscopic level. Van Wijngaarden and her team research the properties of these structures, including the way they interact with one another. Crucial to our very existence, molecules make up everything in our world, including us.
February 12, 2018 —
Professor Hélène Perreault was awarded the 2017 Fred P. Lossing Award, given by the Canadian Society for Mass Spectrometry (CSMS).
February 9, 2018 —
Biological Sciences students Kelsey Johnson, Julia Gulka and Paloma Carvalho have won a spot in the top 75 entries (NSERC) video competition titled: Science, Action!
February 1, 2018 —
“Earn While You Learn”: Sound too good to be true? The Faculty of Science Co-Op Program wants students to know that it’s not. Whether it’s gaining practical experience in their chosen field, building future business connections, or test-driving a career they’re not sure about, the Co-Op program has it all.