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Biological Sciences, Department of

The Department of Biological Sciences is the largest and one of the most diverse on campus in terms of the research interests of its academic staff. The Department currently has over 70 professors, 20 adjunct professors and 20 professors emeritus, along with a graduate student population of nearly 300 and 70 departmental support staff. Over 95% of the academic staff in the Department have NSERC or CIHR funding, with the average grant monies being in excess of $200,000 per investigator.
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  1. Book Reviews (Biological Sciences)

    Title: Book Reviews (Biological Sciences)
    Creator: ERA Administrator
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  2. Biological Sciences Fish Skeletal Elements

    Title: Biological Sciences Fish Skeletal Elements
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    Description: University of Alberta Museum of Zoology fish osteology collections. These photographs document skeletal elements (starting with the dentary) of specimens in the collections, with an emphasis on North American fishes. More photographs documenting other skeletal elements will be added when possible.
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  3. Journal Articles (Biological Sciences)

    Title: Journal Articles (Biological Sciences)
    Creator: ERA Administrator
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  4. Other Publications (Biological Sciences)

    Title: Other Publications (Biological Sciences)
    Creator: ERA Administrator
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  5. Research Data and Materials (Biological Sciences)

    Title: Research Data and Materials (Biological Sciences)
    Creator: ERA Administrator
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  6. Supplementary Thesis Materials [Download]

    Title: Supplementary Thesis Materials
    Creator: Liu, Qi
    Subjects: thesis appendices
  7. Optimizing biopolymer production by microorganisms using C1 substrates [Download]

    Title: Optimizing biopolymer production by microorganisms using C1 substrates
    Creator: Tays, Catherine D.
    Subjects: methanotroph, polyhydroxybutyrate, self-cycling fermentation
    Date Created: 2013/11/05
  8. R.E. Peter Biology Conference

    Title: R.E. Peter Biology Conference
    Creator: ERA Administrator
    Description: The Dr. Richard E. Peter Biology Conference is organized by the Biological Sciences Graduate Student Association to showcase the diverse research conducted by Biological Sciences students at the University of Alberta.The event consists of poster and oral presentations by senior undergraduate, M.Sc. and Ph.D. students from each of our six Research Interest Groups (Ecology, Molecular Biology & Genetics, Microbiology & Biotechnology, Plant Biology, Physiology & Cell Biology and Systematics & Evolution). This two-day event also includes keynote lectures from an invited speaker and a faculty member, a welcome reception, and a closing celebration at Deweys on campus. The conference is an excellent opportunity for students, supervisors, and other research staff to come together to learn and provide interdisciplinary feedback on all research ongoing in the Department. The conference website can be found at http://peter.biology.ualberta.ca/
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