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CBG Seminar Series: Community-Based Research with Indigenous Peoples – Notes and Reflections

Centre for Biodiversity Genomics Ontario, Canada

Thomas Mcllwraith is a cultural anthropologist in the Department of Sociology and Anthropology, University of Guelph. He conducts research with Indigenous communities and individuals in British Columbia. Together with communities, Mcllwraith works to document territory, understand food and resource harvesting practices, and to help Elders and families prepare life histories. His work also includes an

CBG Seminar Series: Tracing the Patterns of Life on a Changing Planet

Centre for Biodiversity Genomics Ontario, Canada

Prof. Paul Hebert presents: Tracing the Patterns of Life on a Changing Planet Earth observation satellites are watching biodiversity from afar, providing a synoptic view of shifting forest cover, plankton

CBG Science Seminar Series: Fundamentals of Metagenomic-Based Bioinformatics

Centre for Biodiversity Genomics Ontario, Canada

David L. Erickson, PhD delivers a seminar on Feb. 14 at the Centre for Biodiversity Gemonics (CBG) at U of G. Erickson is an associate research scientist at the University of Maryland in the Joint Institute for Food Science and Applied Nutrition, as well as founder of the biotechnology company DNA4 Technologies LLC. Erickson has

Metagenomics-Based Ecosystem Biomonitoring (Ecobiomics)

Centre for Biodiversity Genomics Ontario, Canada

Teresita Porter, research scientist with the Great Lakes Forestry Centre, Natural Resources Canada and a visiting research scientist with U of G's Centre for Biodiversity Genomics will discuss water and soil biodiversity and how they are essential to sustaining diverse ecosystem services and economic activities across Canada. Porter's research background is in ecology and evolution,