faculty of science News Archive
November 6, 2019 —
We join in the commemoration of the noble and selfless actions of 150,000 Allied troops who landed at Normandy seventy five years ago, turning the tide of the Second World War
November 5, 2019 —
Student learns his scholarship was funded by a Nobel Laureate
October 29, 2019 —
Nearly 100 judges queried the more than 140 budding researchers about their projects
October 22, 2019 —
“I think if I just started university without the program, I wouldn’t have known where to study or to get advice and the whole experience would have been more difficult.” - Lindsay Bristow
October 18, 2019 —
“I find I share a lot of the same values as different students attending Access. So with that, I’m able to create cultural relationships, make friends, and it gives me a sense of purpose on campus.” - Brandon Wozniak
October 11, 2019 —
Reginald Buller, one of the first six professors hired by the University in 1904 to teach “modern science,” featured in new Archives exhibit.
October 11, 2019 —
A new exhibition by Archives & Special Collections, UM Libraries, will honour the legacy of Arthur Henry Reginald Buller, one of the first six professors hired by the University in 1904.
October 10, 2019 —
Two high-tech interdisciplinary research projects focused on the future of patient care, featuring College of Rehabilitation Sciences faculty, have received funding from the Collaborative Innovation Research Fund (CIRF).
October 8, 2019 —
The Swedish Academy of Sciences announced that a UM graduate, acclaimed cosmologist Dr. James Peebles, has won the 2019 Nobel Prize in Physics
October 4, 2019 —
Jennifer Simone is a fifth year biochemistry student who is also pursuing a minor in Native Studies. Jennifer had work terms with PTI Transformers in Winnipeg, and the Cross Cancer Institute in Edmonton. This year Jennifer has taken on the role of Student Ambassador to share her experiences with other students.