Monthly Archives: November 2016

Dr. Paul Wilson Develops New Form of Synthetic Blood

Trent University geneticist Dr. Paul Wilson is garnering headlines by working on a product that will have huge impacts one forensic science: a new form of synthetic blood. The product that Prof. Wilson and his team have developed represents a huge leap from existing technology – which is usually a simple blend of cornstarch, water…
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Shawn Adler ’00: Pow Wow Cafe Tacos Help Preserve Indigenous Culture

Trent University alumnus Shawn Adler definitely serves up some of the best food we've ever tasted -- we've enjoyed his dishes at Peterborough's hidden gem Aasmaabik's (sadly, long closed) and at his OTHER hidden gem, the legendary The Flying Chestnut Kitchen in Eugenia, ON (deliciously still open). The Ojibway chef is now blending his unique…
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Bill Waiser ’71 Wins Governor General’s Literary Award

Historian and Trent Alumnus Bill Waiser has won the Governor General's Literary Award for non-fiction for his new book, A World We Have Lost: Saskatchewan Before 1905.  For more on the win, please see coverage by CBC and Global News. Prof. Bill Waiser is a distinguished professor emeritus and former A.S. Morton Research Chair at…
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