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With a focus on women, University researcher aims to raise awareness of Métis issues in Canada
Location, location, location – even gut immune response is site-specific
Local musician exposes roots of racism through song
Inherited mutation found among Brazilians increases cancer risk
Innovation by ancient farmers adds to biodiversity of Amazon, study shows
University of Alberta historian has reshaped our understanding of Western Canada
Statement from Minister Bennett, Minister Monsef, Minister Lametti, Minister Miller
Indigenous Peoples around globe are disproportionately affected by pollution
Algal genome provides insights into first land plants
Wet’suwet’en, B.C. and Canada launch path to implement rights and title
Henni honored by Society of Architectural Historians
Slavery entailed spread of epidemics
African Skeletons From Early Colonial Mexico Tell Story of First Generation Slaves
Direct Evidence of Late Pleistocene Human Colonization of Isolated Islands Beyond Wallace’s Line
Mapping out impacts of pollution upon indigenous peoples worldwide
Health impacts of pollution upon Indigenous Peoples worldwide are most often related to water and food consumption
Researchers Get Important Glimpse Into Microbiome Development in Early Life
Breastfeeding May Lead to Fewer Human Viruses in Newborns’ Gastrointestinal Systems
Securely Studying Salmonella to Advance Produce Safety
Indigenous knowledge could reveal ways to weather climate change on islands
Ancient Hornwort Genomes Could Lead to Crop Improvement
Mapping Bacterial Neighborhoods in Gut
Maize, not metal, key to native settlements’ history in NY
Canada supports Arctic Council’s Project CREATeS
Enemy within: how a killer hijacked one of nature’s oldest relationships
Colorectal cancer partner-in-crime identified
Why C. difficile infection spreads despite increased sanitation practices
Easter Island society did not collapse prior to European contact, new research shows
Discovery could lead to new treatment for rare blood disease
University names two academic advisers on Indigenous curriculum, research ethics
Discovery could mitigate fertilizer pollution in waterways
Recovery Centre Coming to Nunavut