faculty of science News Archive
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.
March 23, 2017 —
Biologist James Roth highlighted on tonight's show
March 14, 2017 —
World-class research being performed at the University of Manitoba in Spin Mechanics
March 8, 2017 —
It’s been a long and winding road from growing up in rural Manitoba to becoming a high profile marketer and international leader for a globally successful company, but University of Manitoba alum Doug Collier (BSc, ’87) wouldn’t have taken a different path for anything.
March 7, 2017 —
The Manitoba Undergraduate Healthcare Symposium, hosted by members of the UManitoba Undergraduate Leaders in Healthcare (UM-ULH), is the first student-run conference of its kind in Manitoba.
March 3, 2017 —
'These investments will inspire a new generation of young explorers in the fields of science, technology, engineering and mathematics'
February 28, 2017 —
Drs. Frank Schweizer and Gilbert Arthur, together with a team of University of Manitoba (U of M) researchers, have identified a unique way to potentially treat and cure cancer, using carbohydrate-based antitumor agents.
February 23, 2017 —
The research is primarily focused on investigating bacteria as a possible safe alternative to conventional agrochemical pesticides traditionally used to control plant disease
February 22, 2017 —
Dr. Richard Sparling is part of an ambitious project, One Thousand Springs, that aims to characterize and catalogue the chemical and microbial diversity of 1000 geothermal hot springs on the North Island of New Zealand.
Canadian Science Publishing: New Metalloid Oxide Reducing Bacteria Found in Manitoba’s Nopiming Gold Mine Tailings
February 14, 2017 —
A new study published in the Canadian Journal of Microbiology has identified new toxic metalloid-reducing bacteria in highly polluted abandoned gold mine tailings in Manitoba’s Nopiming Provincial Park.