The Biology Undergraduate Symposium (BUS) celebrates the achievements of our Undergraduate Thesis Students and provides them with an opportunity to share the results of their research. This year’s BUS is being held on Thursday, April 9, from 8:30 am… Read More
Congratulations to Catherine Ivy of the Scott lab for winning the Scholander Award at the 2015 Experimental Biology Meeting in Boston. The award is given to the student with the best poster in… Read More
An international team of scientists that includes Dr. Graham Scott in the Department of Biology have revealed how bar-headed geese (Anser indicus) fly at high altitudes during their migration across the… Read More
The tiny island of Sulawesi in Indonesia is known to scientists as a hotspot of biodiversity, a remote pocket of ecological treasures that is home to a rare species of fanged… Read More
The world's smelliest flower is in bloom at McMaster's Biology Greenhouse. The Amorphophallus Titanum – better known as the corpse plant - is only expected to be in bloom for up to three days. It's just the third known flowering… Read More
We thank everyone for their participation and attendance. The following awards were presented...
George diCenzo (3rd Prize - Oral Presentation)
Tamzin Blewett (2ndPrize - Oral Presentation)
Lindsay Keegan… Read More
For the first time in five decades, the Commonwealth Science Conference was re-launched last month.
A pair of delegates from McMaster, Marie Elliot and Gianluigi Botton, were invited to participate in the grand re-opening of the conference in… Read More
Dr. Rosa da Silva, Assistant Professor in the Department of Biology, has been selected as one of McMaster’s first-ever Learning Portfolio Fellows. This fellowship is supported by Forward with Integrity funding… Read More
Congratulations to Alex Zimmer of the Wood lab for winning the Best PhD Platform Presentation Award at last week's SETAC (Society of Environmental Toxicology and Chemistry) meeting in Vancouver, which was attended by over 3000 delegates.… Read More
A McMaster researcher is one of four scientists raising the issue that Ebola may be silently immunizing large numbers of people, who never fall ill or infect others yet become protected from future infection. The letter was published… Read More
McMaster Water Week (Oct 6-10, 2014; waterweek.mcmaster.ca ) is an exciting week connecting water science, technology and policy to deliver local and global impacts. On October 8, over 60 undergraduate and graduate students took part in the Student Research… Read More
EEB Seminar - April 15, 2015
Title "Inferring structured vital rates from a time series of population sizes and structures: a challenging inverse problem"
Speaker - Edgar Gonzalez (Department of Mathematics and Statistics, McMaster University)