chemistry News Archive
September 5, 2019 —
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June 6, 2019 —
Classmates call Domalaon a “go-getter”, having already started a job in the pharmaceutical industry, after being scouted and hired in November of last year – but for Domalaon, it’s par for the course.
May 13, 2019 —
Early career researchers are among the inaugural recipients of funding from the New Frontiers in Research Fund
May 7, 2019 —
From robots to bugs, fossils to outer space, it’s fun for preschoolers, tweens, parents and grandparents alike
April 24, 2019 —
'The Western Economic Diversification office stepped up with a $1.1-million grant on Tuesday for equipment to further the U of M team's genetic monitoring of northern lakes'
April 23, 2019 —
UofM Chemistry Professor Jörg Stetefeld’s eDNA metabarcoding system has provided a new tool for collaboration with the Kivalliq Inuit Association (KIA). Together they are finding ways to combine traditional Inuit methods of resource management with new scientific methods to better understand biodiversity.
April 23, 2019 —
Environmental DNA is an efficient and non-invasive new way to sample organisms, and it is revolutionizing biodiversity monitoring in Canada
Chemistry and carotenoids: Dr. John Sorensen’s research group teams up with local biotech company Myera Group to great effect
April 18, 2019 —
John Sorensen is a man who believes in happy accidents. While that might seem a bit strange for an assistant professor in the Department of Chemistry who spends his days conducting experiments and analyzing data, it’s particularly apt when describing the genesis of Sorensen’s current collaboration with Bruce Hardy of Myera Group, a Winnipeg-based biotech company.
A “delightful link”: Science Rendezvous’ new coordinator Kyla Smith tells why Science Rendezvous is “not to be missed”
April 1, 2019 —
Don't miss this year's Science Rendezvous, a free family festival on Saturday May 11, 2019