PhD Defense Muhammad Waseem Ashiq Friday March 27th, 2015 Graham Hall 3301 - Murray Room Please see the attached poster.
Dr Kees de Lange Department of Animal and Poultry Science University of Guelph Alternative feed ingredients for farm animals: reducing competition between animals and humans for food resources. PDF attached with Abstract and Biography.
Guelph WaterCity 2040 Workshop #2Join Waterlution Guelph Hub for a workshop to develop different scenarios for what the city could look like in 2040Tuesday, March 24, 2015, 6:00-8:30PMDowntown Planet Bean, 2 Wyndham St NGuelph, ON N1H 4E3Our provocateur for the evening is Karen Kun, Waterlution, Executive Director & Co-Founder
PhD Qualifying Exam - Jordan Musetta-Lambert Tuesday, March 24th, 2015 9:30 a.m. Tiessen Room, Bovey
Dr Mollah Md Hamiduzzaman Postdoctoral Fellow School of Environmental Sciences University of Guelph Induced resistance and bio-control: potential technologies to protect plants and honey bees against pathogens and parasites
The Department of Food Science is hosting an open-house style event for students to showcase their product/innovation ideas for the food sector. All are invited to attend to view the student ideas through a poster presentation. The event is being organized as part of the FOOD*4260 and FOOD*4270 - Food Development courses, but is open to all University of Guelph students. This event will happen in conjunction with the Project Soy Open House .
Schedule of Final Seminar Presentations for students in ENVS Independent Research project courses for W’15 March 18-19, 6:30-9:00 PM, Murray Room (Rm. 3301 Graham Hall) Student Name Supervisor Seminar Title Time/Date Mar 18 Boughen, Cyndi A. Greer (Pop. Medicine)
Dr Gennaro Fazio USDA-ARS Plant Genetics Resources Unit Geneva NY and School of Integrative Plant Sciences Cornell University Leveraging genomic resources to breed a difficult perennial crop: apple rootstocks
Dr Denina Simmons Environment Canada Shotgun proteomics and protein profiling: applications in aquatic toxicology. Denina Simmons is a Post-doctoral Fellow at Environment Canada in Burlington and she will be giving the IB Departmental Seminar on March 17th. Denina has an exciting research program involving modern proteomics techniques in ecotoxicology of fish species. You can find out more about her work here: http://deninasimmons.com/?page_id=33. Recent Research
Everyone is invited to join in for Pancake Breakfast. Pancakes, maple syrup, coffee and a variety of toppings. $3.00 if you bring your own plate & Mug $5.00 if you don't.