Faculty of Science
Posted on: 04/22/19 | Author: Communications
For the past five years, UWinnipeg biology professor Dr. Alberto Civetta, has taken a break from his UWinnipeg lab, where he researches evolutionary genetics, to volunteer at Science Rendezvous Winnipeg, hosting a fun, hands-on activity detecting mutants in fruit flies.
Posted on: 04/15/19 | Author: Communications
The Manitoba Neuroscience Network’s 2019 Scientific Meeting will be held at The University of Winnipeg on Friday, June 7, co-chaired by UWinnipeg Psychology Lecturer Dr. Domenico Di Curzio and Associate Biology Professor Dr. Renée Douville.
Posted on: 04/11/19 | Author: Communications
Join the The University of Winnipeg and the University of Manitoba for a free day of fun and discovery. Science Rendezvous, Canada’s largest science and engineering festival, takes place on Saturday, May 11, 2019 at the University of Manitoba’s Fort Garry campus.
Posted on: 03/21/19 | Author: Communications
Dr. James Currie, Provost and Vice-President, Academic is pleased to announce the appointment of Dr. Doug Goltz as Dean of Science for a five-year term starting July 1, 2019. A faculty member of UWinnipeg’s Chemistry department since 1997, Goltz became acting Dean of Science in 2017 and is also the current acting Dean of the …Read more >
Posted on: 03/20/19 | Author: Communications
The joy and enthusiasm of attendees and fellow volunteers has inspired UWinnipeg’s Dr. Tabitha Wood to volunteer with Science Rendezvous since the outreach program began in 2008. Anyone with a passion for science outreach is encouraged to participate.
Posted on: 02/28/19 | Author: Communications
UWinnipeg’s new AR virtual sandbox uses 3D visualization applications to demonstrate geographic concepts while allowing users to physically shape and contour sand.
Posted on: 02/12/19 | Author: Communications
A cutting-edge University of Winnipeg research project could transform the way we produce food, allowing farmers in Canada and beyond to care for large prairie crops as efficiently as a backyard garden, thanks to a $250,000 Weston Seeding Food Innovation grant.
Posted on: 01/24/19 | Author: Communications
Three University of Winnipeg professors recently published research on the oldest known burial from the Caribbean coast after the discovery of ancestral remains of a nearly 6,000-year-old Nicaraguan Indigenous woman.
Posted on: 12/19/18 | Author: Communications
UWinnipeg master’s student, Nicole Dorville, received a coveted student award for her presentation at the 2018 North American Society for Bat Research symposium in Puerto Vallarta, Mexico.
Posted on: 12/13/18 | Author: Communications
UWinnipeg Professor Simon Liao prepares students for an applied computer science career through research projects that use AI to solve practical problems.