Detecting bloodstream infections
Genome Alberta researcher introduced to the Alberta Legislature
What if we knew how to maintain a healthy microbiome?
Love cell imaging makes the new IMC a stand-out in the research world
Embryo transfer in the University of Calgary's new germ-free facility
We've come to the end of our tour
Processing to ensure a germ-free facility
Stepping inside the new IMC germ free facility
Trying to understand more about CWD transmission
Genomics means a lot to San Diego's Economy
Fighting mosquitoes... with more mosquitoes
Canadian student shows off a new potential cancer therapy at the Biogenius competition
Our researchers look back at the year in genomics
Alberta led research to help save our forests
This is a guest post by Megan Ray Nichols, editor of Schooled By Science. She is a science writer who enjoys discussing the latest discoveries in biology, astronomy and psychology. She also enjoys learning about the latest innovations in technology. When she isn't writing, Megan enjoys hiking, biking and stargazing. You can follow Megan on twitter @nicholsrmegan or subscribe to her blog here. You may not be aware that you have an entire ecosystem living inside you. This bacterial ecosystem is responsible for breaking down our food and converting it into nutrients. Scientists are interested in learning the hows and whys behind these microscopic creatures to better understand human health.
With the help of some new technology we can bring our lab to you - in a 360 degree video.
Alberta's bioeconomy is part of the province's economic diversification