Queen of the Furrow Is Ambassador
A queen's life isn't all smiling and waving to crowds along a parade
route, at least not for the winner of Ontario's annual Queen of
the Furrow competition.
Chemists Search for Key to Cancer
Carbohydrates are central to a novel research approach - and new
U of G facilities - designed to beat cancer.
Microscope to Provide Real-Life
Look at Cells
U of G scientists hope to get a more intimate real-life look at
the inner workings of cells and tissues after a new state-of-the-art
microscope worth almost $400,000 arrives at Guelph next month.
The Day No One Can Forget
New Yorkers end every conversation with a comment about Sept. 11.
On the Road to Marketing Friendlier
Recycled restaurant grease that doubles as organic engine fuel isn't
at the pumps just yet, but the drive toward putting this kind of
biodiesel on the Canadian market has stakeholders revved up in anticipation.
Ask Prof. Wayne Pfeiffer, Agricultural Economics and Business, to
explain his lifelong passion for trains and he tracks it all the
way back to a defining moment as a four-year-old in Nebraska in