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Muscle protein uncovers evolutionary origins of diving in the world’s smallest mammals
Using Genomics to understand freshwater fish resources
Light pollution altering avian migration, UM study finds
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The arctic fox: and ecosystem engineer
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Robert A. MacArthur/Kevin L. Campbell Up until now it’s largely been a mystery as to when some mammals evolved the ability to swim and dive for food. Species within Eulipotyphla, which includes moles, shrews, hedgehogs, and solenodons, appear to be the least equipped for diving. Being the smallest mammalian divers on the planet, they rapidly...
Ironing out the details: How Using Sustainability as a Design Principle Can Lead to Fundamental Advances and Practical Innovation in Synthetic Chemistry David Herbert Friday, June 25, 2021 3:00 PM – 3:30 PM Virtual Public Science Talk and Q&A Everyone is welcome to join! David E. Herbert is an Associate Professor in the Department of Chemistry at the University of...
MAY 17, 2021 — Ken Jeffries is an assistant professor of biological sciences in the Faculty of Science who seeks to leverage the use of high-resolution genomics approaches to obtain new insights that will facilitate the rational management of key organisms in aquatic ecosystems. Jeffries is the 2020 recipient of the Terry G. Falconer Memorial Rh...
Congratulations! Dr. Goldsborough, [BSc(Hons)/81, PhD/86]; Professor, and President of the Manitoba Historical Society, who was named to the Order of Manitoba on May 12, 2021. The Order of Manitoba is the province’s highest honour. Dr. Goldsborough, an aquatic ecologist, has guided conservation policy for wetlands across the country and is the author of Abandoned Manitoba...