New paper from the Wright and Laberge labs featured on the CBS Website
December 10, 2019
Written as part of the CBS SCRIBE Writing initiative, take a few minutes to learn a little more about the mangrove rivulus and its behaviour both in and out of water. https://www.uoguelph.ca/cbs/cbs-research/research-highlights/A-Tale-of-Two-Worlds-Emersion-and-Exploration-Behavior-in-an-Amphibious-Fish Read the original paper here.
Work by Sarah Boggett and Calli Freedman featured in Science
January 9, 2017
Work on hagfish by students Sarah Boggett and Calli Freedman featured in Science http://www.sciencemag.org/news/2017/01/how-slimy-hagfish-ties-itself-knots-and-survives-shark-attacks
Fudge Lab research featured in PNAS
June 30, 2016
The Fudge Lab’s research on hagfish slime and biomimetics is featured in PNAS this week. http://www.pnas.org/content/113/26/7005.full
New research from Heylandlab
July 17, 2015
New book on marine larval life histories is out Characterization of histamine receptor 1 in sea urchin larval metamorphosis – paper by Keegan Lutek (MSc student 2017) Interactive effects of calcium and temperature on Daphnia movement New Biomarkers of post-settlement growth in sea urchins – PhD thesis Alyaa Fadl (2018) Interactive effects of copper and […]
Looking forward to SICB 2018
January 2, 2018
Members of the Newman Lab are taking flight en route to SICB 2018 in San Fransisco where NSERC PhD candidate Koley Freeman will discuss her work on grey jays, “Carry-over effects of early-life food availability on stress physiology and survival: A supplementation experiment in a winter breeding passerine”, NSERC MSc candidate Kevin Morey will discuss […]
SICB 2017 in New Orleans
January 10, 2017
Mason regaled a multitude as he presented initial results on the Citisci grey squirrel project and I shared some long-term Savannah sparrow data. Great meeting.
Filming for “The Nature of Things”
October 17, 2016
Daniel Labbé wins best undergraduate presentation at Rice Lake Workshop!
February 12, 2020
Undergraduate thesis student, Daniel Labbé, wins the inaugural Louise Milligan Award for the best undergraduate oral presentation at the 29th annual Comparative Physiology and Biochemistry Workshop! Daniel is investigating the influence of terrestrial exposure and darkness of the visual system of an amphibious fish. Congratulations, Daniel!
Pat Wright is awarded the CBS Graduate Mentorship Award
December 30, 2019
Pat Wright was awarded the College of Biological Science 2019 Graduate Mentorship Award for demonstrating excellence and innovation in the supervision and mentorship of graduate students. Congratulations Pat!
William McFarlane publishes his undergraduate work
December 30, 2019
Congratulations Will McFarlane for publishing his undergraduate thesis work in the Journal of Experimental Biology. Will’s work investigated how exercise training affects the terrestrial locomotor performance and skeletal muscle phenotype of amphibious fish. Will’s research was also featured in Hakai Magazine!