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2016 Biology News and Events

Charis Huddle August 2016
Science student dreams about Olympic ‘gold’
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Human super predator most terrifying of all July 2016
Human super predator most terifying of all
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Nature and nurture: identical twins and schizophrenia July 2016
Nature and nurture: identical twins and schizophrenia
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Internship Insights with Dennis He June 2016
Internship insights
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Celebrating the best in Teaching Assistants May 2016
Celebrating the best in Teaching Assistants
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Biology rounds up an array of honors at the CSZ/SCZ 2016 Conference May 2016
Biology rounds up an array of honors at the CSZ/SCZ 2016 Conference
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Smart People Dont Run

April 2016
Commentary: Smart people don’t run
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Tom Haffie and nominators

April 2016
Tom Haffie praised by USC for innovation in teaching
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Mosquitoes biting knuckle

March 2016
More mosquitoes and blackflies? What a warm winter means for spring in Canada
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Award winners form the 2016 Ontario Biology Day

March 2016
Western brings home three awards from Ontario Biology Day
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Greg Thorn and a mushroom

March 2016
Who said fungi cannot be fun?
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DNA ehibit

February 2016
Looking for a curator of the human species
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Liana Zanette

February 2016
Nature Communications study says ‘fear itself’ can help restore ecosystems
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Zoological collection butterflies

March 2016
Zoological Collection launches blog
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Urban noise tested on finches

February 2016
Urban Noise: The Not-So-Silent Danger to Songbirds
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Collecting mountain water

February 2016
Evidence of human influence and pollution found in remote mountain lakes
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Milkweed bugs February 2016
Warm weather leads to spike in urban wildlife calls
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two-spotted spider mites

January 2016
Spider mites’ ability to adapt is still a mystery – and a threat
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Jantina and Joseph January 2016
Congratulations Joseph and Jantina
Jantina Toxopeus and Joseph Stinziano are the 2015-2016 recipients of the NSERC Michael Smith Foreign Study Supplement
Messenger filming January 2016
The Almost Impossible Task Of Filming Songbirds In Flight
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Jennifer McDonald

January 2016
Love for plants just grew on her
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Brent Sinclair January 2016
Find out the fascinating secret to how bugs escape the cold
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