Tackling some of humanity’s most pressing health problems is the purpose of a new research and teaching institute at the U of G.
U of G also teamed up with the City of Guelph to become the first university in Ontario to develop a risk management plan to help protect local drinking water sources.
1.5-million gift will promote food literacy and help raise a healthier generation less prone to chronic disease.
The label may not hold the true identity of the fish you buy.
Rewarding a child with more screen time could make them want even more screen time.
Being hungry can make you angry…or rather, “hangry.” It’s a real thing, U of G researchers discovered.
Oppression, discrimination and lack of access to resources place members of vulnerable populations at higher risk of domestic homicide.
When the Ontario Veterinary College’s Michelle Oblak used a 3-D printed custom titanium plate for surgery on a dog’s skull, the procedure not only marked a veterinary first in North America, but it also signalled a potential new breakthrough in cancer research. Along with Cornell University small-animal surgeon Galina Hayes, Oblak removed a large cancerous
If you only knew what lurked under the grill of your prized barbecue, you would make much more of an effort to keep it clean – or hire someone to clean it for you. Enter the Canadian BBQ Boys, a business started by U of G students Matt McCoy and Michael Sutton. After their first
One of the University of Guelph’s founding presidents, William “Bill” Winegard died Jan. 31 at the age of 94. Hundreds of people attended a celebration of life service held on campus April 6 in War Memorial Hall. “Bill Winegard played a pivotal role in helping U of G become the institution that it is today,”