Early learning centres are where kids often go to learn and play, but they’re also where kids can pick up illness. Now, a University of Guelph team has begun a research project to try to determine the best ways to prevent these infections using mathematical modelling. “This project really began from my frustration as a
Can cannabis products kill cancer cells? A study at the University of Guelph’s Ontario Veterinary College (OVC) aims to find out. Prof. Sam Hocker, Department of Clinical Studies, is undertaking a three-year study to learn more about the anti-cancer properties of cannabidiol and its potential for treating urothelial carcinoma, a difficult-to-treat bladder cancer in animals.
There soon may be a more sustainable way to provide crops with the nitrogen boost they need, thanks to the University of Guelph. Researchers are studying ways to help plants produce their own all-important nitrogen. “A plant must have nitrogen to grow, but it can’t produce the essential element on its own,” says Prof. Manish
U of G microbiologist is part of an international research team studying the connection between microbes in the body and cancer.