Assistant professor of Physics Dr. Evan McDonough is looking to answer one of the questions that has long puzzled the scientific community: what is dark matter?
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Biology professor Dr. Sara Good is senior author on a recent paper which could have significant impact on reducing the sea lamprey population which has damaged freshwater fisheries in the upper Great Lakes.
Dr. Caleb Hasler's involvement of then-undergraduate Daniel Denton in a research project has helped shape the UWinnipeg graduate's career aspirations.
After graduating from UWinnipeg this spring, Sidney Leggett will pursue a fully funded master’s degree at McGill University as a prestigious McCall MacBain Scholar.
Four Neanderthal teeth belonging to at least two individuals (one adult and one child) have been uncovered in Velika Balanica Cave in Sićevo George near Niš. These findings were recently published in the Journal of Human Evolution.
Researchers will be actively testing machine learning models in the field this spring thanks to a collaborative digital agriculture project led by UWinnipeg's Dr. Christopher Bidinosti, Department of Physics, and Dr. Christopher Henry, Department of Applied Computer Science.
Entering into the P2GS program ahead of her first year at UWinnipeg provided Flora Easter the opportunity to see the real-world application of the sciences and made clear her desire to pursue Applied Biology.
Dr. Anuraag Shrivastav's new blood screening test designed to earlier detect colorectal cancer has been published in an internationally renowned journal.
University of Winnipeg bioanthropologists Dr. Yadira Chinique de Armas and recent graduate Kaitlyn Hanson (BSc, 2021) are part of a team of researchers developing a new, innovative approach to understanding ancient infant feeding behavior.
A University of Winnipeg bioanthropologist is part of a Serbian-Canadian team whose findings have been published in the Journal of Human Evolution.