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  • 2018-01-01

    University of Alberta, Department of Biological Sciences

    This image is part of a series displaying key features of micropipetting. This image illustrates micropipette tips. This laboratory equipment is used in Introduction to Cell Biology: Biology 107 and Molecular Genetics and Heredity: Biology 207. This image was created as part of the University of...

  • 2017-10-07

    Campbell, Sandy

    This badge is held in a display about the 418 Squadron at the Alberta Aviation Museum in Edmonton, Alberta. The Royal Canadian Air Force 418 Squadron was a reserve squadron that operated out of Edmonton from 1941 to 1994. The badge, which was introduced in June, 1958, features an image of an...

  • 2023-06-20

    Horne, Liam

    Bear “M401”, a male black bear, attempts to court a female in the boreal forest of northeastern Alberta. You are looking at the bottom of M401’s chin in the top of the image. This still image was captured from a “bear’s-eye-view” video recorded by a GPS-video collar around M401’s neck. Wildlife...

  • 2024-06-01

    Boyd, Kassi

    Due to inaccessible methods and ableist assumptions about their abilities, disabled* children have often been excluded from research. Researchers have questioned the credibility of disabled children’s perspectives. This begs the question: What constitutes a credible perspective…and who...

  • 2021-01-01

    Lee, Heunjung

    This image is an homage to my husband’s grandfather who inspired my doctoral research on temporality of persons living with dementia. This collage represents his porous realities that cross his childhood in Hong Kong/Macao, the period of the Second World War, and his late life in Canada. The...

  • 2024-06-01

    Benaroya, Sophie

    Inside this door is a piece of another world. Rocks are all around us here on Earth, and usually, they seem pretty unassuming, just dark grey blocks. But if you slice them thinner than a hair and peek at them under a microscope their rainbow-colored minerals can tell you the story of how they...

  • 2023-06-20

    Salvador Rohwedder, Caio

    Picture a student preparing for an exam with far too many books to read that are scattered across various libraries on campus. Even worse, none of the books are available for borrowing, so the student has to go back and forth between libraries to read them. Some books are so essential that...

  • 2023-06-20

    Gür, Hande

    In the summer of 2022, I traveled to Türkiye, my country of origin, for a four-month ethnographic research project on the rise of Sufi -mystical Islamic- practices among mainly young, middle-class women of Turkish origin. Throughout my fieldwork, I repeatedly asked my interlocutors the question,...

  • 2023-06-20

    Le, Kathy

    Brushing your teeth is a simple ritual that you do every day. However, this simple ritual isn't always available for older adults in the hospital, especially if they are not capable of brushing their own teeth. My research explores hospitalized older adults' oral care experiences. Through...

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