U of L In The News

U of L In The News

From Sri Lankan Tea to Alberta Peas

U of L adjunct professor Dr. Manjula Bandara is featured for his research work on pulse and special crops

Editor’s Choice, Variation in senescence

Former graduate students, Dr. Patrick Barks and Zach Dempsey, along with current faculty Drs. Theresa Burg and John Laird have a paper featured

VandenBerg crowned Miss Earth Canada

U of L student crowned Miss Earth Canada 2018 in Quebec over the weekend

Above ‘C’ level

A University of Lethbridge student from Medicine Hat is getting ready to spend a semester abroad

Nadine Lustre gives 5 beauty hacks

Dr. Javid Sadr's research on eyebrows and facial recognition is referenced

Discover a surprising international world of art in Lethbridge

The U of L Art Gallery is featured as a destination spot for art lovers

University of Lethbridge study suggests anxiety levels in rats drop with more interaction

The findings of a study by a U of L research team suggest female rats deal with less stress and are more curious about their surroundings when they have a more social lifestyle

Potato Growers of Alberta open field day to showcase potato research activities

The Potato Growers of Alberta (PGA) Field Day Open House will take place at the University of Lethbridge next week, August 17, 2018

Island birds would likely beat their mainland relatives in a battle of wits

Dr. Andrew Iwaniuk and researchers from Spain and Sweden have confirmed a connection between brain size in birds living on islands compared with their mainland counterparts

Canada's dispute with Saudi Arabia has agriculture industry on edge

Dr. Shamsul Alam says any trade dispute has far-reaching effects on the economy

U of L in a race to deep space

In the next few years, a little piece of University of Lethbridge technology could be giving observers here on Earth a grand view of a much larger universe.

The nascence of neuroscience in southern Alberta

How a small university in a little city in southern Alberta spurred the growth of modern neuroscience

End supply management

Jon Berry, Alan Oxley and Dan LeRoy suggest Canadian policy makers could learn lessons from Australia's experiences with phasing out supply management.

Wildfire uncovers historical artifacts in Waterton Lakes National Park

After the Kenow wildfire burned through more than 19,000 hectares in Waterton Lakes National Park last summer, archeologists are now finding a silver lining to the devastation in the scorched soil

Zenia and Chava: Two Lodz survivors – novelists

Dr. Goldie Morgentaler talks about the correspondence between her mother, Chava Rosenfarb, and her mother's childhood friend, Zenia Larrson, both novelists who survived the Holocaust.

LPU B Tech Student to complete Graduation Degree in University of Lethbridge Canada

B Tech Computer Science & Engineering student of Lovely Professional University (LPU), Taranjot Kaur is is coming to the U of L to complete her graduation degree

Preventing Malaria in Malawi

In May of this year, 15 U of L students, along with two professors, embarked on a health promotion journey to Malawi, Africa

U of L program offers research opportunity for Grade 11 students

The Heritage Youth Researchers Summer (HYRS) program is in full swing at the University of Lethbridge

Students share RNA research

Cutting-edge research science met down-home, local food goodness at the U of L’s Alberta RNA Research and Training Institute (ARRTI) booth at the Lethbridge Downtown Farmers Market on Wednesday to mark International RNA Day.

UC Berkeley alumna creates database of missing, murdered indigenous women in US, Canada

University of Lethbridge doctoral student Annita Lucchesi has compiled her own database of missing and murdered indigenous women in the United States and Canada — uncovering 200 to 300 new cases per year.

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