Science News Archive
February 8, 2018 —
Go Code Girl is a daylong event designed to introduce girls in Grades 7-9 to computer programming and computational thinking
November 27, 2017 —
The secret to how butterflies (scientific name: Lepidoptera) create such striking arrays has been partially solved by new research by scientists at the U of M
November 18, 2017 —
For a successful associate professor of Computer Science, Andrea Bunt wasn’t too thrilled about her field at the outset
November 7, 2017 —
Andrew Smith [BSc/85, MCP/89] is one of 700+ Career Mentor volunteers who devote time to meeting University of Manitoba students.
October 30, 2017 —
Meet Dr. Susan Cooper whose enthusiasm for Math is obvious
October 25, 2017 —
At the U of M, Halloween has become more than a tradition of frightening antics and costume parties. While costumes and fun still play a role, sharing knowledge with children and giving back to the community have become part of university festivities, all in the name of Halloween.
October 19, 2017 —
It’s out there. Lurking, ready to feast on the blood of its victims, like the mythological vampire
October 4, 2017 —
Michael Landry, PhD in Physics from the UofM, is Detection Lead Scientist at LIGO's Hanford facility
September 22, 2017 —
Harley Bray likes to be prepared. The third year science student has a saying: Don’t make plans; make goals
September 7, 2017 —
The Autonomous Agents Laboratory in the University of Manitoba’s Department of Computer Science won big at last month’s FIRA HuroCup humanoid robot competition, walking away with three medals: two gold and one silver.