The Manitoba Indigenous Tuberculosis History Project is thrilled to add Postdoctoral Fellow Dr. Anne Lindsay to its team. We are extraordinarily fortunate to be working...
研究和创新的故事vation taking place on and off campus.
Manitoba College 150: Panel to address history of founding college in recognition of sesquicentennial
On the occasion of the sesquicentennial of Manitoba College’s founding, a panel discussion will be held addressing the history of the college and its legacies in the areas of art, Residential Schools, and the participation of women in post-secondary education in Manitoba.
An international team of researchers, led by University of Winnipeg bioanthropologist Dr. Mirjana Roksandic, has announced the naming of a new species of human ancestor, Homo bodoensis.
UWinnipeg's Dr. Jaqueline McLeod Rogers has just published an article in 'The Conversation' which builds on her recent book, 'Techno-Sensorium City: Coming to Ours Senses in a Programmed Environment'.
Dr. Alberto Civetta's analysis of patterns of evolution of the protein coding gene Nucleoporin 54 (NUP5) is part of a study showing how sexual conflict in fruit flies is governed by specifically wired neurons in the brain.
UWinnipeg psychology and biology student Kerianne Chant has been working with Assiniboine Park Zoo to assess polar bear personalities. The results of this research will directly help the management of the polar bears at the zoo.
In honour of World Mental Health Day, which took place October 10, The University of Winnipeg’s Prairie Climate Centre has released new content related to mental health and climate change on the Climate Atlas of Canada.
Dr. Mirjana Roksandic, Dr. Yadira Chinique De Armas, and Dr. Ivan Roksandic – all members of UWinnipeg's Caribbean Research Institute – are part of a global team of researchers providing major insights into the evolutionary history of the hepatitis B virus.
Stellar student research was highlighted this month during the 16th annual Randy Kobes Undergraduate Poster Symposium. The event, for a second consecutive year, was held on Zoom with more than 25 students participating.
The University of Winnipeg's Research Office has expanded its team and moved into a new space in the Richardson College for the Environment and Science.