University of Guelph faculty members belong to dozens of communities of research interest. The specialized publications you see here reflect the many activities underway to improve the lives of people everywhere.
Strategically Themed Newsletters
The University of Guelph – Canada’s food university – is committed to improving Canadians’ health and quality of life through innovative agri-food research and development.
Equine Guelph and the Campbell Centre for the Study of Animal Welfare have developed strong partnerships with the University of Guelph’s Ontario Veterinary College (OVC).
Researchers and educators work together to improve the lives of all horses, and of the equine industry as a whole.
Many of Ontario agriculture’s most enduring and important plant and crop varieties stem from the partnership between the University of Guelph, government, industry and farmers.
From global ethics to soundscape recording, from enquiry-based learning to the Asterion labyrinth, from Romania to Shanghai, and from Bremen to Guelph, College of Arts investigators enact essential creativity, making the University of Guelph a Canadian leader in humanities research.
This four-page collection of water research highlights at the University of Guelph focuses on activity in Canada and abroad.
Cultural creations, historical revelations, and contemporary constructions of reality and virtual reality compose the purview of the University of Guelph College of Arts’ outstanding University Research Chairs program.
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.
Research at the University of Guelph influences a diversity of communities, in Guelph and throughout the world. As our population ages and changes, our researchers are responding by examining questions related to aging, disease, disabilities and nutrition. Food policy, elder care food standards, cultural practices, and the availability of diverse food products are among the issues being explored that affect communities.
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.
The University’s one health focus promotes an understanding of the relationship between human, environmental and animal health. Guelph researchers strive to understand and provide cures for the whole health spectrum, from zoonotic diseases to mental health issues.