Sapiens is the thrilling account of our extraordinary history from insignificant apes to rulers of the world.
After administrators at Memorial University posted a sign asking campus to stop feeding the ducks at Burton’s Pond, several apparently starved to death. Now one biology professor is taking matters into his own hands.
What started in 2009 as a side project with low expectations has quickly yielded impressive results and garnered funding from the National Sciences and Engineering Research Council of Canada. University of Calgary biochemistry professor Raymond Turner began working with Howard Ceri, a U of C biology professor, on creating a biofilm that would assist in the
Groundbreaking new research from the University of Alberta has led to the discovery of a new part of the cells that make up complex life. Four years ago, work began on a project centered on “harmless soil amoeba,” when scientists came across a protein that he had seen before in human cells. The protein is an
As humans become more urban, it is easy to lose touch with our natural environment and the effect we have on it
The Biology Club is focused on hosting the Prairie University Biology Symposium, which will run Feb. 24 to 26.
A new dinosaur is swimming through the sky of the Natural Sciences Museum, dangerously close to the T-Rex's jaws. The mosasaur, a cretateous-era reptilian is Saskatchewan born and built.