Catherine Field reminds us that students are partners in research and how previous solutions can be adapted to meet challenges across disciplines.
Justine Karst (Renewable Resources) explains the positive effects of mycorrhizal fungi on plant growth.
Aseem Sharma (Renewable Resources) says extreme weather events are expected to be more “common, stronger and broader” in the future and he’s calling for more research to determine its cause.
Justine Karst (Renewable Resources) contributes to an article exploring hat happens when the idea of “us” grows, allowing it to encompass a little more than it did before.
McKenzie Kuhn (Renewable Resources) describes how U of A researchers create a bigger global picture that will help predict greenhouse gas emissions and inform policy now and in the future.
Edward Bork & Carolyn Fitzsimmons (Agricultural, Food & Nutritional Science) describe a new University of Alberta research project that could help ranchers customize their cattle to the type of pastures they have, creating economic and envir…
David Bressler (Agricultural, Food & Nutritional Science) comments on the race to develop a better jet fuel for the future.
Want a romantic relationship that makes you happy? Think about the ‘we’ rather than the ‘me’, says Adam Galovan (Human Ecology). Instead of focusing only on what’s in it for you, think about what’s good for the relationship.
Peter Cott (Renewable Resources) comments on a study of N.W.T. loche fish and the importance and effectiveness of traditional knowledge.
A story featuring Gleise Silva (Agricultural, Food & Nutritional Science) recently appointed as the inaugural Beef Cattle Research Council-Hays research chair in beef production systems.