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Emma McGeough

Emma McGeough will receive $806,945 for the project “Perennial forage grains for fall grazing of beef cattle.”

NSERC funds numerous U of M projects

From studies on wastewater to outreach programs

From farms, to treating municipal wastewater

Two University of Manitoba researchers received support from the Strategic Partnership Grants program, funded by the Natural Sciences and Engineering Research Council of Canada: Animal science professor Emma McGeough, and civil engineer Jan Oleszkiewicz.

Emma McGeough (animal science) and Doug Cattani (plant science) will receive $806,945 for the project “Perennial forage grains for fall grazing of beef cattle.”

Jan Oleszkiewicz (civil engineering) will receive $357,995 for his project “Aerobic granular sludge in continuous flow reactor configuration.”

Engaging youth in science

On May 2, four University of Manitoba science outreach projects received a record $746,900 to promote and enhance science and math education in Manitoba.

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