Biological Sciences News Archive
December 1, 2023 —
How will freshwater fish fare against climate change? The answer could lie in this PhD research.
CBC Sudbury: ‘Hunting highways’: How human infrastructure changed the relationship between wolves and deer
November 14, 2023 —
'Hunting highways': How human infrastructure changed the relationship between wolves and deer
June 13, 2023 —
Sara Crooks, recent Biochemistry alumni, shares her journey in science through challenges and embracing collaboration.
January 20, 2023 —
How do societies know when an epidemic is over and normal life can resume? What are the criteria and markers of an epidemic’s end, and who has the insight, authority, and credibility to decipher these signs? Join Dr. Erica Charters, professor of the global history of medicine at the University of Oxford for an insightful conversation on how war, disease, and state formation intersect. Erica Charters currently leads a multidisciplinary project on How Epidemics End.
January 13, 2023 —
Attention all students: Do you have passion for science but you aren’t sure what you can do with a science degree? If so, consider attending The Discover Your Future in Science series.
November 28, 2022 —
Two UM studies found that climate change is altering ground squirrels’ sperm and feet, and this warns of big consequences potentially coming to endangered ecosystems.
September 22, 2022 —
British birds reacted differently to COVID-19 lockdowns than did their North American counterparts, new study reports
September 21, 2022 —
During the peak of the pandemic, and mid-lockdown, many people reported they felt their days dragged on, inducing fatigue and making some tasks almost unbearable during 'COVID time'
September 2, 2022 —
The memory of Associate Professor Dr. Dana Schroeder will be honoured through a new graduate scholarship and a study space in the Faculty of Science. Dr. Schroeder was a respected associate professor in the department of biological sciences, where she worked from 2002 until the time of her passing in September 2020. Dana was a valued colleague, mentor, and friend. She is fondly remembered for her cheerful optimism and kindness to students and colleagues alike.
June 13, 2022 —
The renowned Apple Bay fossil locality of northern Vancouver Island is helping us reimagine seed plant diversity in the Early Cretaceous, the last of three geologic periods comprising the Mesozoic Era