The Ontario Veterinary College will be participating in Horse Experience 2015, an Equine Canada initiative in partnership with the Ontario Equestrian Federation (OEF) and the Headwaters Tourism Association. The project features a month-long showcase of opportunities to see, touch and experience horses in Canada, in parallel with the sold-out Pan …
The University of Guelph has received nearly $11.5 million from the Natural Sciences and Engineering Research Council (NSERC) to support the work of 80 faculty, researchers and students.
The awards were announced on June 22, 2015 in Oshawa, Ont., by Ed Holder, federal minister of state (science and technology). Across …
Biomedical sciences professor Matt Vickaryous says he doesn’t study geckos, despite having a laboratory full of them.
“I study regeneration and wound healing, and geckos are the model we use to study these phenomena,” he explains. A U of G faculty member since 2008, Vickaryous recently received a …
The celebration of the Hill’s Pet Nutrition Primary Healthcare Centre’s (PHC) fifth anniversary in June not only marks the building’s opening, it also recognizes this important hub for student veterinary learning, primary healthcare provision and research.
“It’s an experiential learning lab — that’s really the philosophy – where students bring …
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