UWinnipeg biochemistry student Navjot Kaur Rai has been awarded a $2,000 American Society of Pharmacognosy Award to undertake research in Dr. Athar Ata's lab next summer.
We work hard to be a learning environment that exposes students to diverse ways of thinking, empowers them to contribute to research and scholarly work, and provides opportunities to develop the leadership skills they need to succeed.
Shining star and Métis computer science student Sidney Leggett's research has resulted in the Automation of the COVID-19 Unintended Outcomes Report written for the Government of Manitoba.
Emily Gartner's essay, Indigenization at the Manitoba Museum through Métis Exhibits, has been recognized with UWinnipeg's 2020-21 Indigenous History Essay Prize.
A team of UWinnipegger's, including six undergraduate students, two graduate, and two Post Doctoral Fellows led by UWinnipeg's Dr. Alan Diduck publish a book.
UWinnipeg's Dr. Anuraag Shrivastav has created a novel blood test that, according to early studies, detects precancerous lesions and colorectal cancer more effectively than other current screening tests. His goal is to reduce the mortality rate of this cancer, which, if detected early, if very preventable.
For a 16th straight year, University of Winnipeg students will be presenting their undergraduate research at the Randy Kobes Poster Symposium. This annual event offers students the chance to gain experience in scientific research presentations and see what other exciting research is taking place amongst their peers.
For University of Winnipeg students engaged in geography and environmental sciences, summer is an exciting time for research. The warm temperatures, long, sunny days, and...
The University of Winnipeg is proud to sponsor Soapbox Science Winnipeg 2021, taking place online Saturday, August 14. Master of Science in Applied Computer Science student Maryam Bafandkar is one of eight leading female scientists sharing expertise in technology, science, medicine, and engineering.
When Research Manitoba and partners announced $1.37M in research funding and the recipients of the 2021 Grants and Awards competition Emma Traynor and Janelle Poiron were thrilled to be on the list.
A long educational journey has brought Lisa Bebyck to UWinnipeg's Master of Arts in Applied Economics program, and her experience has opened doors she hadn't previously thought were possible.