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  • 2021-01-01

    Wolach, Ronena

    The grasslands of North America have been dramatically changed by the conversion of native prairie to cropland. All in all, we have lost roughly 80% of North American grasslands, and about 75% of species at risk in Alberta are found in grassland ecosystems. Ferruginous Hawks, the largest hawk in...

  • 2021-01-01

    Monzon, Sofia

    What are the connections between censorship and translation? Studying the intersection of censorship and translation helps us define the power dynamics lurking in the circulation of literature. My research focus on literary exchanges that took place between North America, Spain, and Argentina...

  • 2021-01-01

    Walker, Phil

    Here is an image of Moxie, a female, tame caribou in northern Ontario consuming some stick-lichen (Usnea spp.). Moxie and 15 other tame caribou allowed us to quantify caribou-specific nutritional resources across the boreal forest. Specifically, we combined tedious foraging-trials, where we...

  • 2021-01-01

    Tripathi, Anuja

    Uric acid (UA) is an important biomarker of human health, given that it is implicated in a range of medical conditions such as gout, arthritis, kidney stones, and heart diseases. Gout, for example, is a prevalent and painful disease caused by uric acid buildup in joints. At high concentrations,...

  • 2021-01-01

    Ahmed, Sherif

    The numerous ice crystals of irregular structure/colure combined together to create such a natural piece of art that fascinates both engineers and artists. Polarized light was used to glow up the ice crystals in an ice core sample. The image depicted a freezed shot of an invasion of ice sheets at...

  • 2021-01-01

    Rogers, Corinne

    My work alongside trafficked women in Southeast Asia situates my interest in advancing our understanding of their experiences. Driven by my practice, questions arose about how women, who have been trafficked, negotiate their health and wellbeing across their lives. Playing with notions of touch...

  • 2021-01-01

    Noel, Nicole

    Photoreceptors are the cells in the eye that detect light and convert light into signals that are transmitted to the brain, allowing for sight. I study how photoreceptor cells function as well as how they change during disease. Cone photoreceptors are specifically responsible for high acuity...

  • 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...

  • 2021-01-01

    Sarrami, Nasim

    Collecting samples drop by drop to gain targeted carrier for cancer treatment. The goal of my studies is to prepare better versions of available medications for improvement in cancer treatment. As part of my study, I purify my prepared nanoparticles from other materials and collect them drop...

  • 2021-01-01

    Aslesh, Tejal

    My research entails working with mice, collecting tissue samples, and subsequently isolating their genetic material (DNA, RNA) and protein on a daily basis. As budding researchers, we live in a competitive, fast-paced environment where we are always under pressure to deliver publishable results....

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