Entries by stan

Oliver Wearing awarded a Vanier Canada Graduate Scholarship

The Department of Biology is pleased to announce that Oliver Wearing (a Ph.D. student in Graham Scott’s lab) has been awarded a Vanier Canada Graduate Scholarship (CGS) from the Natural Sciences and Engineering Research Council (NSERC) of Canada. Vanier CGS is one of the most prestigious scholarships available to Ph.D. students in Canada. The scholarships […]

Turtle virus discovery by Morgan Piczak

McMaster turtle researcher Morgan Piczak, who came upon both the local turtles, says it is imperative to control the outbreak because the snapping turtle population is fragile, as are so many other species in Cootes Paradise.   Full Story Here

Biology Student wins award at OBD

On March 24th and 25th, a group of fourth year undergraduate Biology students travelled to Wilfrid Laurier University, Waterloo for the annual Ontario Biology Day. This two day conference brings together Biology students from all Ontario universities to present their fourth year thesis project research to other students, professors and members of the community. Sarah […]

2017 International Environmental Award presented to Dr. Karen Kidd

Recipharm, a Swedish pharmaceutical development and manufacturing firm, has announced that its 2017 International Environmental Award will be presented to Karen Kidd, McMaster’s  Jarislowsky Chair in Environment and Health, and  Professor in Biology, and Geography & Earth Sciences. Dr. Kidd is being recognised for her field biology experiments that have revealed the impacts of human […]

Cootes Paradise watershed study

Biology’s Dr. Graham Scott is raising some red flags about the impact of contaminants in the Cootes Paradise watershed in a McMaster University study.   Story Here

Biology Greenhouse Open House and Plant Sale

–When: FRIDAY Dec. 8, 10AM-2PM –Location: Biology Greenhouse (between Hamilton Hall & Refectory) –Cost: Make a donation to the greenhouse & take away a plant! –Optional January pickup for your plant(s) See our extensive plant collection!