Jasmyne Storm, a Master of Science student in Bioscience, Technology, and Public Policy, is helping put exciting research from UWinnipeg on the map with the Most Promising Bioscience Student of the Year award from Bioscience Association Manitoba.
Stories about research and innovation taking place on and off campus.
Colorectal cancer is one of the most treatable cancers if caught early. However, it remains one of the leading cause of cancer deaths worldwide if not detected early. UWinnipeg graduate student Hailey Langford is working with Dr. Anuraag Shrivastav to change these grim statistics via a novel blood test that can save lives.
As computers and technology rapidly change how we farm, a research team at The University of Winnipeg has found an unexpected niche in the growing industry of digital agriculture.
A dedicated award for students undertaking research in hard-to-access places is fueling efforts to protect lakes and watersheds around Flin Flon. Dylan McKenzie is the...
Three minutes can be a little or a lot of time. But is it enough to explain complex research? That’s the challenge for Faculty of...
A 4.5-billion-year-old sliver of outer space is being analyzed at The University of Winnipeg.
Dr. Evan McDonough has been awarded a New Investigator Operating Grant valued at $50,000 from Research Manitoba. The grant will be used to fund a graduate student on this topic, working under Dr. McDonough’s supervision.
The University of Winnipeg Research Office is excited to launch its first research photography competition.
UWinnipeg's Dr. Angela Failler examines the lack of public memory regrading the worst terrorist attack in Canada's history, the 1985 Air India flight that killed all 329 passengers.
Weather prediction is a challenging task, with variables changing by the hour, but machine learning is improving the accuracy of precipitation forecasts.