Fundamental Science and its Application

Fundamental Science and its Application builds understanding of the continuum between curiosity-driven, discovery-based exploration of the properties of the universe and living systems on one hand, and the application of that knowledge and wisdom to real-world problems on the other. 

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A better bottom line (Research Magazine)

The third edition of the OMAFRA-UofG Partnership, Agri-Food yearbook.  Click on the magazine cover for a full screen view. 

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A Helping Hand (Research Magazine)

The Winter 2011 Research magazine focuses on human health and disease. Click on the magazine cover for a full screen view.

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A Play on Proteins: Proteins linked like building blocks have important roles in cell communication and disease (Canada Research Chairs - 2 pager)

Highlighting the research of Nina Jones, Canada Research Chair in Eukaryotic Cellular Signalling.

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Agriculture and Agri-Food Research (Strategically Themed Newsletter)

At the University of Guelph, agriculture and agri-food researchers are uniquely poised to connect with provincial and federal departments and granting councils, as well as business, industry and Canada’s largest commodity groups.

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Better Food for a Better Planet (Strategically Themed Newsletter)

Better food makes for a better planet. Food gives people strength and vitality, and healthy people who are properly nourished are better at fighting disease than those who are malnourished. Food is fundamental to life, and the University of Guelph is on the leading edge of innovative research dedicated to creating safe, plentiful, nourishing and sustainable food sources.

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Bonnie Mallard - one of the top innovative products at the World Dairy Expo 2013 (Recognition Announcement)

At this year’s prestigious World Dairy Expo, a technology called High Immune Response - developed at the University of Guelph by Prof. Bonnie Mallard and her team - was named one of the top innovative products of 2013. The technology, licensed by the Catalyst Centre to Canada’s largest dairy genetics company, the Semex Alliance, is marketed as Immunity+. Congratulations to Bonnie and her team, and thanks to Semex and Vice-President Brad Sayles (pictured overleaf with Bonnie and the highly coveted award) for making Immunity+ available to improve the health of cattle worldwide.

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Brand New Keys for Learning (Research Magazine)

The Summer 2012 Research magazine highlights pedagogical research being done at the University of Guelph.

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Changing the way we see differences: Stories are a powerful tool for challenging stereotypes (Canada Research Chairs - 2 pager)

Highlighting the research of Carla Rice, Canada Research Chair in Care, Gender and Relationships.

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DNA Barcoding (10 Things To Know About...)

Scientists envision a world where technology can be used to quickly identify any species, through DNA barcoding. This technology, developed at the University of Guelph, is based on a rapid, efficient and digital network, bringing together the broad science community to help preserve and examine entire biotic systems. Here are 10 things to know about DNA barcoding.

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Environment (Strategically Themed Newsletter)

Our future well-being depends greatly on the health of our planet. The University of Guelph supports research dedicated to preserving, protecting and improving the environment, through a wide range of disciplines as diverse as the environment itself.