DNA Barcoding Pioneer Featured in The Guardian

Prof. Paul Hebert, the director of the University of Guelph’s Centre for Biodiversity Genomics, and the DNA barcoding technology he helped develop was featured in a Guardian  newspaper article examining the technology’s use in discovering “cryptic species.” DNA barcoding can identify and differentiate between animal and plant species using their genetic divergence, the article notes, …

CTV’s W5 Features U of G Vaccine Researcher

University of Guelph vaccine research was featured in a segment on CTV’s W5 news program that examined the global rush to secure vaccines against COVID-19. Dr. Byram Bridle, a professor in the Department of Pathobiology, was interviewed in the story about the challenges of creating effective and durable vaccines against the coronavirus, as well as …

Prof. Madhur Anand

Prof Featured in New York Times

Dr. Madhur Anand, a professor in School of Environmental Sciences  and director of U of G’s Guelph Institute for Environmental Research, was featured in the New York Times Dec. 20. Anand is among the authors of a new study currently under peer review that looks at vaccination prioritization; specifically, who should get vaccinated first to …

Human Resources Expert Offers Alternative to Working From Home

With many work-from-home employees reporting feeling emotionally exhausted after nearly 10 months of balancing work and family life, a University of Guelph expert on human resources suggests there may be a solution.  Prof. Nita Chhinzer is an associate professor of human resource management and business consulting in the Department of Management in U of G’s Gordon S. Lang School of Business and Economics. In a recent …