Tuesday, February 1, 2022

Biology Grad Students finishes 1st and 2nd in GRADflix

Congratulations to Eugenia Dadzie (Charles’ research group) for finishing 1st and Atiyeh Ahmadi (Ingalls' lab) for finishing 2nd in GRADflix 2022! Honourable mention to Arisha Imran (Hall’s group) for being in the top 25 finalists. Outstanding efforts and achievements by all that participated.

Eugenia’s video:

Atiyeh’s video:

Arisha’s video:

Click here to view all other videos submitted this year. 

Congratulations! 

Monday, January 31, 2022

A tribute to Bill Taylor

Bill Taylor

Past and present members of the Faculty of Science community are saddened by the news that William David Taylor passed away on January 24, 2022.

Tuesday, January 25, 2022

Three Biology graduate students featured in GSPA's 2022 GRADflix finals

Since 2018, the Graduate Studies and Postdoctoral Affairs (GSPA) hosts a "GRADflix" competition, challenging students from across campus to communicate their research to a general audience. With only 60 seconds at their disposal, competetors create videos, moving slideshows or animation, in order to tell us why their research is important!

Friday, January 21, 2022

Commending Professor Mark Servos’ efforts to track the spread of COVID-19

Professor Mark Servos and students driving boat while in fieldwork

Since the beginning of the pandemic, Professor Mark Servos has been working tirelessly to contribute towards our understanding of COVID-19, leading wastewater testing efforts locally and across Canada. His research has recently been highlighted in the media as wastewater surveillance becomes a significant tool in our community’s efforts to track the spread of COVID-19, and his efforts are being recognized with a Minister of Colleges and Universities' Awards of Excellence.

Monday, January 10, 2022

Biology opens new aquatic threats research facility to study the impact of climate change on fish stress

Paul Craig at Water Facility

Fish have a lot to stress about right now. This could mean serious problems for the future of aquaculture and the fish on your plate.

The new Waterloo Aquatic Threats in Environmental Research (WATER) facility at the University of Waterloo aims to simulate and research aquatic stressors and threats so that we are better prepared to prevent current and future problems.

Monday, November 29, 2021

High water loss during hibernation may leave bats vulnerable to population declines

Photo of a Corynorhinus townsendii

When it comes to hibernation, conserving resources is key for an animal’s survival. For bats of Western North America, water may be the key to assessing a bat species’ ability to thrive during hibernation.

New research that comes as part of a larger project to understand the potential impact of white-nose syndrome in the West found that bats are adept at finding similar hibernation conditions across their large geographic ranges, despite a variety of climates in these areas.

Tuesday, November 16, 2021

Bernard Glick among top 1% of highly cited researchers

Bernard Glick

Nine University of Waterloo professors, including Distinguished Professor Emeritus Bernard Glick from the Department of Biology, are in the top one percent of citations for their field of study and publication based on Clarivate Analytics’ 2021 Highly Cited Researchers list

Thursday, September 23, 2021

Barb Katzenback named an inaugural Excellence in Science Research Award winner

Barb Katzenback

The Department of Biology’s Professor Barb Katzenback has been selected as one of the first recipients for the new Excellence in Science Research Award, presented by Waterloo’s Faculty of Science.

Monday, August 23, 2021

Bernard Duncker reappointed as Associate Vice-President, Interdisciplinary Research

Bernard Duncker, Professor in the Department of Biology, has been reappointed as Associate Vice-President (AVP), Interdisciplinary Research, for a three-year term, starting on September 1, 2022. 

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