• Oxygen expert to speak at Brock

    Since his time as a post-doctoral fellow at Brock University, Chris Cooper has made a name for himself exploring the biochemistry of oxygen gas.

    Now, 30 years after he left St. Catharines to complete his PhD at the University of Guelph and then pursue a long academic career at various universities in the U.K., Cooper will return to Brock for the Faculty of Math and Science’s Distinguished Speaker Series on Wednesday, May 22.

    Read more in The Brock News

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  • Biology students among those honoured with President’s Surgite Awards

    Some of the brightest young minds at Brock University were recognized Tuesday for their displays of leadership and contributions to both the Brock and wider Niagara community.

    Ten Brock students were selected from across the University to receive the President’s Surgite Awards, which honour the hard work they’ve completed throughout their educational journey. Of those ten students, three were from the Department of Biological Sciences.

    The 2018-19 President’s Surgite Award winners include:

    • Fayyaz Rizvi (Biological Sciences)
    • Daislyn Vidal (Biological Sciences)
    • Taylor Lidster (Biological Sciences)

    Read more in The Brock News!

  • Biology students participate in the NSERC video competition

    Science, Action! features student-produced, 60-second videos on research projects funded by the Natural Sciences and Engineering Research Council of Canada (NSERC), one of Brock’s major research funders. This year’s competition includes 75 entries from all over Canada, which include 7 entries from Brock University with the 3 entries below from our biology department.

    DNA, A Mobile Molecule

    Cell Talk

    On the fly

    Between now and Friday, March 2, the 25-most viewed videos will make it to the next round, where a panel of judges will then select the Top 15 for prizes.  Please help by viewing and by sharing their videos among your social circles.

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  • Biology Departmental Seminar for March 2, 2018

    “Studying the diversity & expression “signature” of small RNA in different bodily fluids using next generation sequencing & the impact on biomarker discovery” by Dr. Bernard Lam from Nogen Biotek Corp. (2:15 pm at MC H313 with coffee and cakes provided :=),  Host: Ping Liang)

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  • Dr. Alan Castle is appointed Acting Dean, Faculty of Math and Science

    Dr. Alan Castle will be the Acting Dean for the Faculty of Math and Science for 2017 as of January 1, 2017. He will be replacing Dr. Ahmed who will be on Administrative Leave. Read the full story in The Brock News:…

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