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Canada looks set to play a vital role in the plant-based food revolution, helping to diversify the world’s protein supply for decades to come
Congratulations to BioTalent Canada for ranking on the 10-50 employee list!
Seven Oaks General Hospital’s CDIC is fighting back against kidney disease with a new, cutting-edge screening machine
People living in remote and rural parts of Manitoba may soon have access to an efficient and potentially life-saving kidney disease detector.
Life sciences, business and research leaders ask Prime Minister Trudeau for a new approach to the sector
BAM Joins 18 other leaders in the life science sector
Three Minute Thesis (3MT) is an annual competition for graduate students in a thesis-based program. The University of Manitoba 3MT is part of an overall strategy to highlight our graduate students, promote UM research and connect with the community.
Pfizer Inc and BioNTech's COVID-19 vaccine is around 91% effective at preventing the disease, citing updated trial data that included participants inoculated for up to six months.
The oral spray products were over 90% effective at inactivating the virus after a 60 second contact time.
Cytophage to Begin Preclinical Trials on Revolutionary Throat and Nasal Spray
CONGRATULATIONS TO THE 2021 BAM AWARD WINNERS
Health Canada has approved the Oxford-AstraZeneca COVID-19 vaccine and a related shot by the Serum Institute of India for use in this country with the first doses expected to arrive soon.
StarFish Medical announces the CEV Winnipeg Ventilator design team wins Gold in the Industrial And Life Science Design / Medical/Scientific Machinery category of the 2020 International Design Awards (IDA) competition.
The mask, developed by Precision ADM, comes in two sizes and is expected to start being used at the provincial hospital in early April with more facilities in Manitoba to follow.
Feb. 19, 2021 – The Bioscience Association of Manitoba (BAM) is pleased to announce today that Kim Kline is the organization’s new president.
the events of 2020 have demonstrated the need to establish a resilient economy. Now as countries seek to tackle the economic realities the pandemic has brought, competition for investment, job creation and economic diversification have intensified.