Time to return to campus and the lab refreshed and ready to tackle another year of science. We have a lot of great things happening this winter. A successful NSERC Strategic Project, and a few proposals on the go. Some exciting manuscripts about to be submitted and a few long-term incubation experiments will come to an end. Kristen and Merritt are developing curriculum for a new graduate course focusing on science communication and engagement. And we will continue to foster wellness in our lab, our research networks, and in the department.

January 2019. 

Merritt, Kristen, and Catherine attended the American Geophysical Union meeting in Washington D.C., while Carolyn attended the Arctic Net meeting in Ottawa. Kristen and Catherine presented posters in the NASA ABoVE-organized session and didn't have a minute by themselves for the entire session. And they were still smiling by the end!

December 2018. 


Our lab celebrated with a Halloween treat bake off, which was kindly judged by staff in the Integrative Biology office. Merritt went on CTV's Your Morning to talk about some spooky science stories - real life body snatchers, ghosts of black holes from previous universe, and ghostly galaxies that lack black matter.  Check it out by clicking here.


November 2018.