science featured News Archive
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.
Science students to compete in Paris – win international biotech grant for zebra mussel control device
September 12, 2022 —
Once again, the University of Manitoba is amongst some of the world’s leaders in interdisciplinary research and application. UM’s Prairie iGEM Team, a group of undergraduate students led by Dr. Hans-Joachim Wieden, are this year’s recipients of the Impact Grant from the International Genetically Engineered Machine (iGEM) Foundation.
July 4, 2022 —
An international team led by UM has identified where powerful and highly energetic x-rays are being shot out into space from inside a region in space shaped like a giant aquatic mammal called a 'Manatee'
May 31, 2022 —
Panel tasked by the federal government and Health Canada’s Pest Management Regulatory Agency.
May 6, 2022 —
'Understanding the origin of type Ia supernovae has been one of the highly debated questions in astrophysics,' explains Dr. Samar Safi-Harb, the Natural Sciences and Engineering Research Council (NSERC) Tier 1 Canada Research Chair in Extreme Astrophysics at UM
April 28, 2022 —
New paper that challenges the way we think about airspace
April 14, 2022 —
Lichens could be a potential source of a new drug for bacterial infections or cancer, according to this PhD student
March 17, 2022 —
Cities are a powerful force driving the evolution of life across the globe
January 12, 2022 —
Grad students represent researchers and scholars at the leading edge of science in the North
April 9, 2021 —
UM researchers: Drs. Julien Arino, Stéphanie Portet, and Kang-Ling Liao, (mathematics) are part of a $10 million-dollar investment in Emerging Infectious Diseases Modeling established between the Natural Sciences and Engineering Research Council and the Public Health Agency of Canada. The funding supports five multidisciplinary infectious disease modelling networks, that will significantly improve the coordination of infectious disease modelling to help Canada better respond to future public health threats.