Science News Archive
Coffee to Go, Swedish Style: Math Student Colin Desmarais enters PhD program at prestigious Uppsala University
May 25, 2017 —
Sweden will be a big change for the Manitoba born and bred Desmarais, who began his MSc studies here at the University of Manitoba in Fall 2015. Under the supervision of Mathematics Assistant Professor Dr. David Gunderson.
May 8, 2017 —
In a world where clean water is becoming an increasingly rare resource, Department of Chemistry professor Gregg Tomy’s research is a valuable tool in the search for ways to protect our water supply.
May 8, 2017 —
Antibiotic resistant bacteria exist right here in Manitoba. Dr. Ayush Kumar warns bacteria-contaminated drinking water on First Nations reserves is a ticking time-bomb.
April 21, 2017 —
All students will be involved in hands-on science and design activities throughout the day
April 19, 2017 —
Dr. Jason Treberg, Canada Research Chair, investigates how changes in the environment influence the metabolism of a given organism.
April 18, 2017 —
Biologist Mark Belmonte hopes the March for Science on April 22 will bring attention to the importance of science, data and empirical evidence when it comes to policy making at all levels of government
April 5, 2017 —
Join us on campus on Saturday, May 13, 2017 for a free day of fun and discovery.
April 4, 2017 —
Students from Grades 4 – 12 will show off their science smarts as they compete in the 47th Annual Winnipeg School Division’s (WSD) Science Fair.
March 30, 2017 —
Former race car driver and local lawyer reflects on his six-decade career
March 29, 2017 —
On March 2nd, University of Manitoba alumna Kaitlin Vitt released her first book entitled Planted: Stories From Manitoba’s Natural World. The 80 page piece of creative non-fiction is a exploration of the people, plants, and fungi that make our province diverse and rich.