biology News Archive
October 6, 2015 —
Why one of the most insightful scientists in history was convinced that alchemical transformations were scientifically plausible.
August 13, 2015 —
U of M researcher first to quantify unique behaviour in rodents
April 7, 2015 —
But just how likely is the mammoth’s revival?
March 23, 2015 —
Bruce Ford, department of biological sciences, Faculty of Science, believes he has discovered the center of origin of the world’s largest flowering plant genus, and he’s out to prove it on a National Geographic-supported expedition to Vietnam.
March 20, 2015 —
Anna Liu is one of four students in Western Canada awarded the prestigious Fessenden-Trott scholarship
March 17, 2015 —
As Indigenous Student Representatives of the Science Students Association, Amanda Fontes and Kelsey Papineau are passionate about finding opportunities to develop an inclusive and supportive learning environment that promotes Indigenous student success.
February 23, 2015 —
Biology student Kennan Brown has earned Manitoba's first gold medal at the 2015 Canada Winter Games, the Winnipeg Free Press reports.
Bioart exhibit opens to public – work inspired by University of Manitoba’s herbarium plant collection
February 20, 2015 —
Collaboration between local artists and University of Manitoba WIN Herbarium has resulted in the creation of unique art. “Dry Media” Herbarium Group Art exhibit opens Friday February 20 and runs until March 4, at the Edge Gallery, 611 Main Street.