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Biological sciences alumna reimagines the future of meat with cultured animal products
Nurturing the next generation of entrepreneurial-minded scientists
May 29, 2017
Patrick Haney ('98 BSc, '08 MBA), is the first to point out that it wasn’t dreams that got him to where he is today—it was passion, tenacity, and a lot of hard work.
May 26, 2017
Since childhood, Bob Schilf ('86 BSc) has had two passions—the great outdoors and math.
May 25, 2017
For professional chemist and entrepreneur Kale Edwards (‘10 BSc), the spark of curiosity has always been a driving force.
May 23, 2017
For Nate Box, the inspiration for starting his own café came from a seemingly unlikely place.
May 22, 2017
Dean's Message: The importance and impact of fostering students' entrepreneurial spirit
May 17, 2017
Arden Tse has a palate primed for opportunity.
May 16, 2017
Nurturing the next generation of entrepreneurial-minded scientists.
May 15, 2017
Alumni Perspectives: Ross Lockwood ('08 BSc, '15 PhD).
Science to sink your teeth into: Biological sciences alumna reimagines the future of meat with cultured animal products.
New research by cognitive neuroscientist
Kyle Mathewson (psychology) and his graduate
student Sayeed Kizuk examines a particular
frequency of brain signals to determine exactly
how we focus on certain information and ignore
Daniel Alessi, Encana endowed
chair in water resources (earth and
atmospheric sciences) and Greg Goss
(biological sciences) are working to
make hydraulic fracturing practices
safer and more sustainable.
Conflicts between grizzlies and humans
begin when cubs learn bad behaviour
from their mothers, explains postdoctoral fellow Andrea Morehouse