1. Diana Mager

    Processed gluten-free foods have downside

    Study finds higher glycemic loads, fewer micronutrients

  2. Jessica and Jennifer Nguyen

    Twin sisters tie for national science society book award to U of A

    ALES grads’ top marks prompt an exception to the one-winner rule

  3. Haoluan Wang

    Community gardens and farmers markets providing limited fix for food deserts

    Study identifies eight Edmonton neighbourhoods that have food deserts

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In the News

  1. Scorched earth is a big climate concern in Alaska wildfires

    Climate Central - Alaska and its neighbor to the east, Canada, have kicked off wildfire season in a major way. Blazes have raged across the northern stretches of North America, sending smoke streaming down into the Lower 48 and leaving the landscape charred. The multitudes of fires is a glimpse of things to come as the climate warms, but blackened trees are only the most visible concern. The ground beneath them is what has some truly worried, with vast carbon reserves that could contribute to even more warming of the planet if they’re sent up in smoke. University of Alberta wildland fire expert Mike Flannigan comments.

  2. The destructive pine beetle poses a new threat

    Quirks & Quarks - The pine forests of North America have been under attack from the mountain pine beetle for well over a decade. The population of the destructive beetle first exploded in British Columbia in the early 2000's, then quickly spread into Alberta. But new research by Dr. Justine Karst, an Assistant Professor of Restoration Ecology at the University of Alberta in Edmonton, has found the pine beetle poses a threat beyond the destruction of mature trees. As the trees die, the fungal composition of the soil changes. As a result, a different type of fungi takes hold, which is not conducive to the growth of new seedlings and puts second generation pine trees at risk.

  3. Arcadia Biosciences partners with Phytola to increase soybean oil content

    Bloomberg Business - Agricultural biotechnology company Arcadia Biosciences is launching a research project to develop soybean varieties with increased oil content in partnership with Phytola, an Alberta Innovates Centre based at the University of Alberta.

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  1. Mattheis Ranch Field Day

    July 10 2015

  2. EnviroAnalysis Conference 2015

    July 11 2015

  3. ALES 100 @ KDays

    July 17 2015

  4. Breton Plots Field Day

    July 30 2015

  5. Project Serve

    September 19 2015

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