Climate Change to Increase Global Farmland, But at Environmental Costs, Study Reveals

In a warming world, Canada’s North may become our breadbasket of the future – but this new “farming frontier” also poses environmental threats from increased carbon emissions to degraded water quality, according to a first-ever study involving University of Guelph researchers. The research team modelled prospects for growing major food crops in potential new farmland …

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U of G Offers Opportunity to Flip Through Medieval Manuscripts

While books dating back to the late Middle Ages are often locked behind glass in museums and archives, the University of Guelph’s McLaughlin Library has borrowed nine medieval manuscripts you can touch and flip through as you would any other book. Ranging from a thirteenth-century English Bible and a fifteenth-century German Office of the Dead to a copy of Juvenal’s Satires made in mid-1400s …

U of G Student’s Alt Rock Band Going Big in Turkey

Just as Bartu Suer enters his final semester in the University of Guelph’s marketing management program, his music career back home in Turkey is taking off. Suer is the lead singer of çatıkatı, a high-energy, alternative rock band that started in Istanbul and continued to evolve – mostly through rehearsals and songwriting binges in a …