1. Ruurd Zijlstra

    New platform technology places ALES at forefront of innovation in pet food industry

    Funding and partnerships announced today will result in pet food product development

  2. Diana Nguyen

    New food product developed by ALES students wins Alberta competition

    Team headed to national competition this July as newly-developed Pulse Pops wins Pulse Canada's provincial Mission ImPULSEible

  3. Alyssa Cumberland and Ruby Sarkar

    Students resurrect ALES Formal and donate profits to local at-risk youth

    Successful event generates sizable donation to Youth Empowerment Support Services

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In the News

  1. The extraordinary sex life of the common mallard

    University of Alberta, Faculty of ALES Professor and Director, Devonian Botanic Gardens, Wetland ecology and management biologist Lee Foote is interviewed about mallard ducks.

  2. University of Alberta group with faculty of ALES aims to connect students and Edmonton's community with their food

    A group out of the University of Alberta wants to connect the community to its food, giving people from around the city a chance to work on a one-and-a-half acre farming operation at South Campus. U of A farm co-ordinator Nicole Martin is interviewed.

  3. Pet food sector to benefit from new animal nutrition program

    The federal government has invested $1.6 million to help establish an Animal Nutrition and Ingredient Development Program at the University of Alberta.

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International Student Stories

  1. Fujiao Liu

    “The Faculty of ALES has given me an opportunity that can change my life!”

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