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Genome Canada Gen-Fish Launch-Dr. Daniel Heath

  • Fri, 10/04/2019 - 10:00am - 11:00am
Alex Davidson Conference Centre for Environmental Excellence, Rm. 250 Great Lakes Institute for Environmental Research
The official launch of the Genome Canada Gen-Fish $9.1 million grant, led by Dr. Daniel Heath, GLIER

GLIER researcher Dr. Daniel Heath heads $9.1 million grant to launch a genome project to study environmental DNA

Dr. Daniel Heath, GLIER, heads $9.1 million research project to study e-DNA in Great Lakes

Science Field Course builds bridges with Walpole Island Community

Science field course builds bridges between members Walpole Island and the University, while studying Traditional Ecological Knowledge

Buoys Deployed to Monitor Nutrient Levels in Lake Erie in Real Time

Dr. Jill Crossman has deployed Real Time nutrient-monitoring buoys in Lake Erie

GLIER researchers using high tech approach to understanding risks to water quality

GLIER researchers are developing methods to understand microbial interactions with sediment in the water and nutrient release.

Latest Blog by GLIER's Visiting Scholar, Dr. John Hartig

Dr. John Hartig's latest blog is available now

Several GLIER reseachers honoured at the recent Celebration of Excellence in Research, Scholarship and Creative Activity

Several GLIER faculty were honoured at the recent Excellence in Research, Scholarship and Creative Activity Event

Dr. Catherine Febria welcomed as GLIER's newest faculty member

Dr. Catherine Febria joins GLIER as it's newest faculty member.

GLIER research shows that connectivity with surface rivers explains life in the deep subsurface

Dr. Scott Mundle, GLIER researcher and colleagues discover organisms deep within the subsurface of the earth.
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