ClimateWest is a non-profit regional hub that will deliver credible climate information, data, and adaptation guidance tailored to the prairie region.
Stories about research and innovation taking place on and off campus.
The ToyBox project, created by Sheri-Lynn Skwarchuk, is looking to have 800 Manitoban families test their newest set of literacy, numeracy, and wellness strategies.
In the most recent Research Question podcast, Dr. Mary Jane Logan McCallum explains why it's so important to look to history to understand present day forms of structural racism.
The University of Winnipeg has launched Crossings Volume IV, the exciting peer-reviewed, multidisciplinary, academic student journal showcasing outstanding undergraduate and graduate research in the humanities and social sciences.
A new book published by the Institute of Urban Studies (IUS) examines neighbourhood change and income equality through the compelling and difficult story of Winnipeg's West Broadway neighbourhood.
UWinnipeg professor Dr. Nora Casson co-led a new report looking at the impact of climate change on winters in the northern forest region.
Wearing facemasks while exercising, although uncomfortable, is the new normal in helping to stop the spread of COVID-19. Dr. Yannick Molgat-Seon and colleagues from across North America determine if face masks affect breathing during exercise.
University of Winnipeg Postdoctoral Scholar Dr. Matthew Morison is examining how carbon moves and is stored in forested watersheds in an effort to better understand the...
The University of Winnipeg’s partnership with Enterprise Machine Intelligence and Learning Initiative (EMILI) was recently featured at a virtual Agriculture Enlightened conference aimed at advancing...
Thanks to funding from NSERC and Mitacs, University of Winnipeg postdoctoral scholar Dr. Michael Lang is developing tools aimed at making high-quality MRI more affordable...