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Julienne Stroeve

National Geographic: Arctic ice is getting thinner by the day—and sea life is suffering

March 17, 2023 — 
Professor Julienne Stroeve's work gets noticed

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Stephanie Scott stands outside and the National Centre for Truth and Reconciliation is in the background.

Winnipeg Free Press: Indigenous women lead the way at NCTR

March 8, 2023 — 
An International Women's Day focused special insert in the Winnipeg Free Press shared a story about Stephanie Scott, executive director at the National Centre for Truth and Reconciliation, and Brenda Gunn, academic and research director at the NCTR.

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Danny Mann delivers seminar on autonomous tractors

Faculty of Agricultural and Food Sciences

Manitoba Co-operator: The autonomous age will require human interface

March 3, 2023 — 
Dr. Danny Mann's research on autonomous farm machinery has focused on ergonomics


Hands being held in bedside health care.

Scientific American: Better patient care calls for a ‘Platinum Rule’ to replace the golden one

February 7, 2023 — 
A new principle in medicine focuses on understanding patients’ values, not assuming they share your own.

Bags of produce.

Asper School of Business

Policy Options: How gleaning food addresses greenhouse gas emissions and food insecurity

February 3, 2023 — 
Canada faces two pressing and related sustainability issues: food insecurity and greenhouse gas (GHG) emissions.


Head, Archives & Special Collections Heather Bidzinski alongside pieces from the archives.


The Manitoban: A journey into U of M’s ‘untapped treasure’

January 27, 2023 — 
In a room on the third floor of Dafoe library, right beside the Icelandic reading room, a small group of archivists work to preserve history.


Faculty of Agricultural and Food Sciences

Top Crop Manager: Crop collaboration

January 11, 2023 — 
A Three Sisters project in Manitoba aims to increase diversity and build community.


Faculty of Agricultural and Food Sciences

CBC: It might bug you, but University of Manitoba’s insect collection is key to understanding the world

January 5, 2023 — 
The University of Manitoba is home to one of largest insect collections in Canada, a valuable tool which can help discover ways in which climate change is threatening biological diversity.

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CBC: Buried secrets on the University of Manitoba campus

January 4, 2023 — 
A simple stone cairn in front of one of the University of Manitoba's grand buildings, passed daily by thousands of students, contains a little-known secret.


Android Artificial Pancreas System

Faculty of Agricultural and Food Sciences

Winnipeg Free Press: It’s time Canada funded advanced diabetes treatment

December 12, 2022 — 
It’s been 101 years since the discovery of insulin made survival as a person with Type 1 diabetes possible. It’s also the best time in history to be someone with Type 1 diabetes -- but only if you can afford the technology. Few in Canada can or are covered for costs through public or private plans. I’m one of the lucky ones.

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