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  • 2018-01-01

    Boucher, Nicole

    Sea ice is declining in the Arctic, resulting in the loss of valuable habitat that polar bears need to hunt seals. Polar bears feed on seals when the sea ice is formed and enter a fasting period after the sea ice breaks up in the summer. When sea ice breaks up earlier, bears may seek out other...

  • 2018-01-01

    Gross, Cole D.

    After a long day of sampling greenhouse gas (GHG) emissions from the cropland and forested borders of agroforestry systems near Edmonton, Alberta, this photograph captures the beauty of getting out of the laboratory and doing field research (even during the cold winter). The row of poplars in the...

  • 2018-01-01

    Dagg, Adrienne

    In my research I am looking at the female experience depicted in oil painting. As a female painter the majority of my formative years have been guided by the images and teachings of male painters. The prevailing male narrative in painting has been so pervasive that alternate perspectives have had...

  • 2017-01-01

    Kerr, Shaun

    When an ultra-intense laser hits a solid target, jets of particles stream off in all directions. Hydrogen, as the lightest element, gets preferentially accelerated, resulting in proton beams. These beams have many potential applications, from medical radiotherapy to fusion energy. The study of...

  • 2018-01-01

    McCollum, Kim

    My research explores the relationship between textile work and abstract painting. This image is a digital collage that combines several photos of me learning to block print in India. These photos are mixed with digital paint and pattern to create an image that expresses the feeling of flow...

  • 2019-01-01

    Luo, Lixin

    A mathematics curriculum often seems be designed or delivered as linear: a sequence of predetermined, sometimes unrelated, topics with little chances for learners to revisit them from different perspectives. This suggests learning as accumulation with predictable outcomes. However, learning,...

  • 2017-01-01

    Madueke , Sylvia Ijeoma

    Here is a visual representation of a ‘domesticated’ Nigerian Igbo society as it is often constructed through the process of interlingual translation—a traditional Igbo chief bears French baguettes instead of the ofo (sacred symbol), a village town-crier who plays a French tambourine in lieu...

  • 2019-01-01

    Guzmán, Jose

    A cloud? Yes, take a deeper look! This is a cloud of more than 20 millions of points. This point cloud was acquired in a survey using a Terrestrial Laser Scanner. This sensor fires several beams of light to a surface and records the time it takes to return to the sensor. Knowing the time of...

  • 2020-01-01

    Camacho-Alpizar, Andres

    How does a beaver build its dam, honey bees their hive, or a bird its nest? We know of many examples of animal architecture occurring in nature, but we understand very little about how animals know what structure to build and how to build it. Much like we can assign certain buildings or...

  • 2019-01-01

    Evans, Daniel

    Inspired by the speculative worldbuilding of Ursula Le Guin, Selkie folktales of Scotland and the Faroe Islands, and open-world videogames, Archipelago is a virtual environment generated from the user data of a single Google account. The viewer assumes the role of the Selkie, a liminal figure...

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