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  • 2024-06-01

    van der Merwe, Julia

    Aquatic insects use polarized light to find water, where they live, mate and breed. In nature, the strongest producer of polarized light is water. Today's anthropogenic world creates much confusion for these insects, as objects like vehicles, glass buildings, plastics, solar panels, and even...

  • 2024-06-01

    Edmondson, Kimberly

    A palimpsest names the way that stories about land can be both absent and present—layers of histories both preserved and forgotten in collective memory yet remain enmeshed with each other. A palimpsest, in simultaneously preserving and erasing that which was there before, can complicate or...

  • 2024-06-01

    Belosokhov, Arseniy

    At a glance, this image is a snapshot of scientific discovery—a researcher holding a lichen. Look closer, and it transforms into a tapestry of petri dishes, each containing unique life forms, living together in a delicate balance, all derived from a single lichen. This piece is my ode to the...

  • 2024-06-01

    James, Erin

    This still from my video and article published in the University of Alberta Intonations Journal demonstrate Robert Schumann’s use of characterization in his music and present multiple perspectives by means of costume and the juxtaposition of musical lines. Drawing on the traits of Schumann’s own...

  • 2024-06-01

    McCuaig, Jenelle

    Wildfires are drastically increasing in prevalence and severity worldwide, exacerbated by warmer and drier climates. Fires are considered to be a terrestrial issue, with landscapes burning, habitat destruction, loss of life, and poor air quality. While none of these effects should be dismissed,...

  • 2024-06-01

    Moore, Nicole; Zhao, Amy

    Our research is on first year graduate students within the rehabilitation medicine faculty focuses on their self-perceptions of their own occupational performance. Occupational performance refers to how well people are able to do the things they need and want to do. My research group consists of...

  • 2024-06-01

    Oh, Eunna

    My practice based research challenges the dichotomous ontology that traditionally separates humans from nature, seeking pathways towards sustainable coexistence. The forest in the image emerges as an imaginary realm where the dream of harmonious living between humans and nature takes shape. It...

  • 2024-06-01

    Hiltz, Becs

    This photo represents the vulnerability of the bovine calf at birth. This calf was born moments ago, and its dam stands protectively in the background, even though she has yet to provide immune protection to her calf. Humans are born with immune protection from their mom in the form of maternal...

  • 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...

  • 2024-06-01

    Stock, Jordan

    This Albertosaurus is in rough shape. Yet it is one of the more complete individuals of its species. Albertosaurus is an animal who is tightly interwoven with the history of the province after which it is named. It was first dinosaur skeleton ever recovered from what is now Alberta by Joseph...

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