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CaPS June & July Online Job Search Event

1Jun2021
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31Jul2021

Join CaPS in our Zoom online courses.  Empower your job search by taking as many of these courses as you need!...

Canada geese: What you may not know about the pesky national symbol

Published: 12May2021

Many Canadians are familiar with the honking and hissing that marks the beginning of the spring season, some might be more intimately familiar with the feeling of large wings batting about the...

Lister Science Chats: The World of Parasites

27May202116:00
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17:00

Supported by the Lister Family Engaged Science Initiative, the /macdonaldCategory: Faculty of Agricultural and Environmental Sciences Macdonald Campus

Lister Science Chats: Improving Human Health

2Jun202116:00
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17:00

Supported by the Lister Family Engaged Science Initiative, the /macdonaldCategory: Faculty of Agricultural and Environmental Sciences Macdonald Campus

Early Career Chronicles

1Jun2021
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30Jun2021

Early Career Chronicles: Balancing Grad School and Career Building Experiences in Research and Research Coordination...

With planet’s future on the line, scientists seek a full accounting of nature’s assets

Published: 26Apr2021

'Eco-accounting' project aims to produce a comprehensive tally of our natural landscapes, to better aid decision-making around land management...

Rural Alaskans struggle to access and afford water

Published: 31Mar2021

Water scarcity in rural Alaska is not a new problem, but the situation is getting worse with climate change. Lasting solutions must encourage the use of alternative water supplies like rainwater...

Narwal tusks reveal mercury exposure related to climate change

Published: 31Mar2021

“Our research shows that climate change is having substantial impacts on Arctic ecosystems, with consequences for exposure to toxic pollutants like mercury,” says co-author Jean-Pierre Desforges, a...

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