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2013  

Humans see, humans do. Researcher investigates how sensory information—and sensory overload—impacts the movement of our bodies
September 26, 2013

Where anxiety ends and solutions begin. New web tool designed for parents to help their kids cope
September 12, 2013

How tiny cells influence the big picture.  Researcher investigates sub-cellular function
August 18, 2013

Science’s version of Mr. Fix-It.  A childhood spent tinkering—with computers and cars—prepped this medical physics student for his latest challenge: helping doctors better diagnose disease
July 18, 2013

Making magic, making connections. Social scientist takes unusual approach to educating about public health issues
June 6, 2013

Ethical Eavesdropping. Geographer puts ear to the ground to find out how to better connect with zoo visitors 
May 23, 2013

Turning data into more high school diplomas. Researcher’s analysis guides policymakers to improve education system
May 02, 2013

Zeroing in on the risks; Researcher says we need to better intervene to curb youth homicides, what she calls a major public health issue
Apr. 18, 2013

Before it's too late. Inspired by her mother, researcher takes aim at early detection of dementia
Apr. 04, 2013

The top three of the Three Minute Thesis: Graduate students cut to the chase about their research
Mar. 21, 2013

Research made real: SET Day gives high school students an exclusive look behind lab doors
Mar. 07, 2013

Food for thought: Are students learning enough about nutrition in Manitoba schools?
Feb. 21, 2013

Making a case for public knowledge: Renowned public historian to speak at the U of M
Feb. 07, 2013

A first in research: linking politicians' behaviour to increased votes: Ground-breaking study to be published in top political science journal
Jan. 17, 2013

 

2012

A gift for life: How to get the most out of the holidays
Dec. 08, 2012

Stick to the Flax: Researchers discover hidden powers of prairie plant to lower blood pressure and significantly reduce risk of stroke, heart attack
Nov. 22, 2012

A first in Canada: Innovative online course will teach U of M students about responsible research
Nov. 08, 2012

Curriculum with culture: Researchers hope to boost high school graduation rates in Nunavut by making classroom lessons more relevant
Oct. 25, 2012

A game of chance?  Innovator in computer science provides more than lottery guarantees 
Oct. 11, 2012

In the interest of your health:  Catching up with a pair of Manitoba Research Chairs
Sep. 27, 2012

The psychology of exercising:  Researcher demonstrates the power of perception
Sep. 13, 2012

Not all fun and games  Emergency room doctor says play structures can pose dangers for kids
Aug. 09, 2012

Parades and pageantry  Architect flexes her creative muscle in a different way
Jul. 12, 2012

Parasitic wasp could be farmers’ best friend
Jun. 07, 2012

‘Bringing the doctor home to the kitchen table’
May 03, 2012

The ‘mother goose’ myth
Apr. 19, 2012

The risky world of entrepreneurship
Apr. 05, 2012

The evidence is in — and online
Mar. 22, 2012

CSI: Wallace
Mar. 08, 2012

Virtual medicine melts away miles
Feb. 23, 2012

Research shows: You may not be exercising as hard as you think
Feb. 09, 2012

Talking to the 24-hour poker people
Sep. 13, 2012

 

2011

The online realm: Understanding what motivates online consumerism
Dec. 08, 2011

Treaty Talk
Nov. 24, 2011

The year of India in Canada hits the prairies
Nov. 10, 2011

Heart Remodeling
Oct. 27, 2011

Food Flavouromics: Ensuring something so good, doesn't taste so bad
Oct. 13, 2011

Physical Punishment
Sept. 29, 2011

Unravelling the pot
Sept. 15, 2011

Art Meets Public
Aug. 11, 2011

Working to Save Our Skin
July 14, 2011

A Question of Ethics
Jun. 09, 2011

Wisdom of the Ages
May 26, 2011

Dialogue on Aging
May 05, 2011

2010 Rh Award Recipients
Apr. 21, 2011

Calling on the artisitic folk
Apr. 07, 2011

What does emotion have to do with it?
Mar. 24, 2011

Who Are You Calling a Bird Brain? 
Mar. 10, 2011

Unraveling the Secrets of a Deadly Virus 
Feb. 24, 2011

Putting a Value on Our Rights 
Feb. 10, 2011

Opening our Eyes on Pesticides 
Jan. 27, 2011

Fighting the Good Fight
Jan. 13, 2011

 

2010

Maximizing Your Shopping Dollars
Dec. 02, 2010

Water Woes
Nov. 18, 2010

Twinkle, Twinkle Research Stars
Nov. 04, 2010

Breaking Down Barriers
Oct. 21, 2010

Research Now a Reality 
Oct. 07, 2010

Biofuels Breakthrough 
Sep. 23, 2010

Researchers Win the Lottery
Sep. 09, 2010

Piece of the Puzzle
Aug. 19, 2010

Coming Back 
Jul. 15, 2010

Reversing the Trend 
Jun. 10, 2010

Caring About Prenatal Care 
May 20, 2010

Saving Prairie Songbirds 
May 06, 2010

Pretty Insect, Ugly Disease 
Apr. 22, 2010

Finding the Trouble Spots 
Apr. 08, 2010

After the Physical Wounds have Healed 
Mar. 25, 2010

Studying the Exceptions to the Rule 
Mar 11, 2010

Budding Researchers on Your Mark…Get SET…Go!
Feb. 25, 2010

Protecting Lake Winnipeg
Feb. 04, 2010

Tug-O-War for Talent
Jan. 21, 2010


2009

Finding the Perfect Fit
Dec. 10, 2009

And the Winners Are...
Nov. 19, 2009

Treaties Today
Nov. 05, 2009

Respectful Research
Oct. 22, 2009

Math With a Mission
Oct. 08, 2009

When Science Meets Art | Online "Matchmaker" of a Different Sort 
Sep. 24, 2009

An All-Natural Fertilizer that’s Dirt Sheep 
Aug. 20, 2009

The impacts of Chronic Wasting Disease | New frontiers in research 
Jul. 30, 2009

Marathons: Beyond the finish line | Community voices being heard
Jun. 10, 2009

NO damage control for muscles | The elite come to compete
May 21, 2009

Yes, you do need to move more  | Enabling better lives for disabled
May 07, 2009

Studying radical housewives | Got something to say?
Apr. 23, 2009

Chasing what others run from | What affects your mental health?
Apr. 09, 2009

Building a better sandbag dike | Solving an aquatic mystery
Mar. 26, 2009

Helping you see Uganda's gorillas | Teen health, let's not get too physical
Mar. 12, 2009

Imagination meets intelligence | Studying mouthy molecules
Feb. 26, 2009

Walking along the Mobius strip | Happy self-deception day
Feb. 12, 2009

Finding a nano puzzle piece | Kinky nano engineering
Jan. 29, 2009

War in outer space, coming soon | Following mercury's plot twist
Jan. 15, 2009

 

2008

Studying Christmas and its critics | Conference takes a look at climate change
Dec. 04, 2008

Tough choices made easier | Helping our violent homes 
Nov. 13, 2008

Tough choices made easier | Helping our violent homes 
Nov. 13, 2008

Tough choices made easier | Helping our violent homes
Nov. 13, 2008

Showcasing student research | How to get to Stockholm
Oct. 30, 2008

Where did all the safe food go? | Helping save soldiers
Oct. 16, 2008

Superbugs meet super drugs... | Environmental excellence for Lucette Barber
Oct. 02, 2008

Your immune system- friend or foe? | Feather in Sealy's cap
Sep. 18, 2008

It's not revenge...it's science | Fulbright Award
Sep. 04, 2008

Studying an ancient catastrophe | Keselman joins another council
Aug. 21, 2008

Pee is for Proteomics | Chochinov sits again
Jul. 17, 2008

Learning organic's dirty secrets | Breathing new life into asthma research
Jun. 19, 2008

Studying what can kill but likely won't | Researcher designs the best bridge, again
Jun. 05, 2008

Researcher receives Rising Star Award | Looking at the intricacies of consumerism
May 22, 2008

Rh Award Recipients | Minerologist Receives Major National Award 
May 8, 2008

Getting to the root of the maggot problem 
Apr. 17, 2008

Researcher working behind the screens | Chatelaine influencing the gender gap?
Apr. 03, 2008

Enriching the user's interactive experience | Changing our view of water is crucial
Mar 20, 2008

SET Day explores the future of science 
Mar. 06, 2008

Keeping seniors mobile and road savvy | Developing new asthma therapies
Feb. 21, 2008

Impacting student retention and outcomes | Compounds lessen obesity's ill effects
Feb. 07, 2008

Understanding the impact of soil saline | Twinkle, twinkle, exploding star
Jan. 24, 2008

A concrete idea takes on a new shape | The challenges of developing a vaccine 
Jan. 10, 2008

 

2007

Halting hospital acquired infections | Stress - a contributing factor to diabetes?
Dec. 06, 2007

Applying the brakes on auto theft | A healthy lifestyle - do you have one?
Nov. 15, 2007

SSHRC awards $1million in new funding
Nov. 01, 2007

Lake doctor makes regular housecalls | Showcasing undergraduate research
Oct. 18, 2007

On a quest for medieval stained glass
Oct. 04, 2007

Mutant plants provide valuable information | Burden of inflammatory bowel disease
Sep. 20, 2007

Reseachers see the forest AND the trees | Mizuno puts focus on obesity horomones
Sep. 06, 2007

Perfecting the tools to manage power | Researchers examine our views on zoos
Aug. 16, 2007

The big benefits of being a little fish | Understanding our everyday interactions
Jul. 12, 2007

CAN-R website zeros in on superbugs | Programs support agri-food research
Jun. 14, 2007

Targeting early childhood tooth decay | Do spring babies have an edge?
May 31, 2007

Defining the good, the bad, and the yummy | Researcher honoured with new mineral
May 17, 2007

Examining the stuff that roads are made of | Nutrition conference is first of its kind
May 03, 2007

Technology Transfer partnership grows | Surviving a heart attack: "time is muscle"
Apr. 19, 2007

Study looks at mother-infant bed sharing | Focusing on language and memory
Apr. 05, 2007

Physicists create first "spin dynamo" | Nematodes tell a lot about soil health
Mar. 22, 2007

Making communities more age-friendly | Betts Lecture examines sustainable energy
Mar. 08, 2007

SET Day explores the future of science 
Feb. 22, 2007

Project examines film, tears and history | Looking for ways to stop the superbugs
Feb. 08, 2007

Team designs unique wireless sensor | Network examines prairie droughts
Jan. 25, 2007

Univ of Manitoba part of $88M network | Getting to the bottom of things
Jan. 11, 2007

 

2006

CFI awards $5 million to researcher
Dec. 07, 2006

Traditional knowledge is key 
Nov. 16, 2006

Health researchers receive $8.5 million | Avoiding the dentist drill
Nov. 02, 2006

Mechanisms of memory | New studies on pulse crops
Oct. 19, 2006

Showcasing student research | Get to know severe storms
Oct. 05, 2006

Heart researcher to get national award | Physicists charged-up about DNA
Sep. 21, 2006

Research program celebrates 10 years | Composing in the digital age
Sep. 07, 2006

Researcher sheds light on grain quality  | Hawthorne elected to Russian Academy of Sciences
Aug. 17, 2006

Canola genomics research receives $600,000  | State-of-the-art Nano-lab set to expand 
Jul. 13, 2006

Mouse model expert wins national recognition  | Long-term grazing experiment is first of its kind
Jun. 15, 2006

STAR reseachers will study extreme Arctic weather 
Jun. 01, 2006

Examining the mental health needs of our armed forces | Industrial Technology Centre opens at Smartpark
May 18, 2006

Working to stabilize Winnipeg's riverbanks  | Examining the health benefits of buckwheat
May 04, 2006

Finding ways to improve poultry feed formulation  | Institute of Cardiovascular Sciences has a new director
Apr. 20, 2006

New device makes video games a powerful therapy tool  | Environmental service delivery in northern communities
Apr. 06, 2006

Conference looks at university teaching and research | Researcher recognized by oncology association
Mar. 23, 2006

Taking a closer look at the health of Lake Winnipeg
Mar. 09, 2006

The financial implications of political uncertainty |Full-service 'machine-shop' works at microscopic and molecular levels
Feb 23, 2006

The increasing rate of type 2 diabetes in children  | Looking at laws that hold corporations accountable
Feb. 09, 2006

Plant scientists make breakthrough discovery | Finding better ways to repair high-tech alloys
Jan. 26, 2006

Structural biology: the shape of things to come | Textile scientists study more than just
Jan. 12, 2006

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