Learning how spiders talk with researcher Sebastian Echeverri
Jumping for joy over these spiders Sebastian Echeverri always knew he loved animals, but he never thought that working with them was a possibility for... Read more.
Where are all the beetles going?
ALL YOU NEED IS BEETLES Sarah Dolson, a PhD candidate at the University of Ottawa, has always been interested in how animals and insects in particular are... Read more.
New research shows how wolves survived Pleistocene extinction
THIS RESEARCH WILL HAVE YOU HOWLING Zoe Landry describes her work as a dream. As a researcher, her passion for paleontology and animals combine, allowing... Read more.
Bats: Some positive press
LET'S GIVE BATS A BREAK Growing up, Cory Toth wanted to answer a large animal behaviour question. He admired David Attenborough and strived to emulate his... Read more.
Space: Let’s talk about it
U OF T STUDENTS LAUNCH SOUND OF SPACE PODCAST Podcasts are rapidly becoming everybody’s favorite way to consume media. They’re convenient, educational,... Read more.
To infinity and beyond: What to expect at space conferences and why you should attend
I'M NOT THE WOMAN THEY THNK I AM AT HOME — I'M THE ROCKET WOMAN For those interested in pursuing a career in space and currently attending a university... Read more.
Dancing with dragonflies: U of O study investigates effects of pesticides
WHAT'S GOING ON WITH DRAGONFLIES? How are pesticides and other global change drivers (climate change, land use intensification, and land use change)... Read more.
U of O professor studies hypoxia tolerance in naked mole rats
NAKED AND UNAFRAID TO THERMOREGULATE For University of Ottawa researcher Matthew Pamenter, naked mole rats were the perfect candidate to explore how... Read more.