Physics and astronomy News Archive
November 17, 2017 —
The first inaugural Faculty of Science Awards were distributed to exemplary faculty members. In many cases, the recipients were nominated by their peers, students and colleagues.
November 6, 2017 —
Physicist, Dr. Johan van Lierop, is part of an international research team developing a cancer treatment method that uses magnetic nanoparticles to kill tumours with heat.
October 26, 2017 —
We suspected from the beginning that the boundaries would strongly affect the magnetic ordering and the dynamics."
October 4, 2017 —
Michael Landry, PhD in Physics from the UofM, is Detection Lead Scientist at LIGO's Hanford facility
September 6, 2017 —
Barrie Reece, CPhys, FinstP, was a post graduate student in the 60s who invented a superconducting solenoid/magnet, that unbeknownst to him, would later become the basis of the design for the first MRI machines.
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.
Video: New research provides a detailed method for “An all-on-chip method for rapid neutrophil chemotaxis analysis directly from a drop of blood”
June 29, 2017 —
A new research video produced by JoVE explains the work of the U of M’s Immunotrafficking Lab, led by Francis Lin of the University’s Department of Physics and Astronomy.
May 1, 2017 —
Baran has completed a doctorate at the University of Manitoba, focusing on breast cancer research that uses safe and inexpensive microwave imaging.
April 26, 2017 —
Rachel Nickel won the Archie McNicol Prize for First Place at U of M’s 2017 3MT competition (and also received the People's Choice Award) and is heading to Saskatoon to compete in the regionals on April 28
April 5, 2017 —
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