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‘The Very Model of a Modern Research Scientist’

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.

Archives and Special Collections, Campus and Community, faculty of science, Libraries

Reginald Buller Exhibit October 17, 2019

Libraries

Exhibition recreates office and lab of prolific, unique founding professor

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.

Archives and Special Collections, Campus and Community, faculty of science, Libraries

Rady Faculty of Health Sciences

High-tech research projects to create futuristic health-care aids

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). 

college of rehabilitation sciences, Faculty of Engineering, faculty of science, Rady Faculty of Health Sciences, Research and International

UM alumnus wins Nobel Prize in Physics

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.

Alumni, faculty of science, Research and International

Jennifer Simone, Science Co-op (Biochemistry) student

Faculty of Science

Jennifer Simone talks about the Science Co-op Program

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.

Career Services, Co-Op Program, co-operative education, faculty of science, Students

A group of bisons student-athletes in the Active Living Centre Agora chatting

Faculty of Kinesiology and Recreation Management

Bison Sports announce 129 student-athletes with U SPORTS Academic All-Canadian status for 2018-19

October 3, 2019 — 
The total is another record high for Manitoba and the third year in a row that a new record has been set

Asper School of Business, Bisons, college of nursing, Environment Earth and Resources, extended education, Faculty of Agricultural and Food Sciences, Faculty of Arts, Faculty of Engineering, faculty of science, Kinesiology and Recreation Management, Max Rady College of Medicine, Nursing, Rady Faculty of Health Sciences, St. Paul's College, Students, University 1

Science Exposed – visiting exhibit

October 1, 2019 — 
A national exhibit of research images is on display this week

faculty of science, Research and International

Food Systems Research Group

Do you want food system change on campus?

October 1, 2019 — 
To celebrate World Food Day at the University of Manitoba, the Food Systems Research Group, in collaboration with the Winnipeg Food Council, is holding a campus food system transformation workshop Oct 16. 

Asper School of Business, campus community, Environment Earth and Resources, Faculty of Agricultural and Food Sciences, faculty of architecture, Faculty of Arts, faculty of science, graduate students, Indigenous

Dr. Yipu Wang, with PhD students Jinwei Rao, Ying Yang discuss their microwave discovery

UM researchers create ‘Romulan Cloaking Device’

September 24, 2019 — 
Dr. Yipu Wang and PhD students in the Faculty of Science have made a nonreciprocal microwave device that is completely opaque for microwaves traveling in one direction

faculty of science, graduate students, Physics and astronomy, Research and International

Prairie bird sits alone on branch against blue sky

Wpg Free Press: Prairie bird population falls 53% since 1970

September 23, 2019 — 
The drastic drop in North America’s avian population, with more than half of prairie grassland birds gone, is a downward trend that can be stopped, say two bird-loving Winnipeg biologists

Biological Sciences, faculty of science

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