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  • Open Access English
    Authors: 
    Students Promoting Awareness of Research Knowledge (SPARK);
    Publisher: University of Guelph
    Country: Canada

    In this issue: Community: Lights on in rural Nicaragua; Cleaning up Guatemalan communities; Argentinians turn trash into cash; Improving the Human Development Index; Development from the bottom up; Lessons learned on Estonia's tourism trail; Seeing through the smoke in South Korea; Health: Chemotherapy gets a boost; Treating nausea with cannabis; Unlocking cell security; Malaria-fighting enzymes; Cambodia's cure for anemia; Novel pots for better health; Clean water for India; Environment: Scanning the world's biodiversity; Better welfare for captive parrots; Trees and crops help Ghanaian farms; Fishing for solutions in the Mekong Basin; Practical solutions for sustainable industries; Facing the Arctic melt; A new buzz for beekeeping in Vietnam; Food: Coffee plant disease imperils harvests; Bringing healthier pigs to Kenyan markets; Millet gets makeover for food security; Searching for China's toughest rice and corn; Local planning takes on global food crisis.

  • Other research product . Other ORP type . 2003
    Open Access English
    Authors: 
    Students Promoting Awareness of Research Knowledge (SPARK);
    Publisher: University of Guelph
    Country: Canada

    In this issue: Diet and Exericse; Operating Theatre; Reproduction Frontiers; New Treatments

  • Open Access English
    Authors: 
    Denborough, David; Douglas, Patty; Rice, Carla;
    Publisher: Dulwich Centre Publications
    Country: Canada

    The Re•Storying Autism project is a Canadian–British collaboration that seeks to interrupt dominant and limiting narratives of autism through an alternative storytelling process. Short films made by people who identify as autistic or who have attracted a label of autism tell preferred stories that shift understandings, expand representations and create space for practices of difference. Carla Rice and Patty Douglas, two of the project leaders, caught up with David Denborough to reflect on the principles and practices embraced by the Re•Storying Autism project, and to consider the project’s potential for contributing to a framework that may be useful to narrative practitioners.

  • Other research product . Other ORP type . 2011
    Open Access English
    Authors: 
    Students Promoting Awareness of Research Knowledge (SPARK);
    Publisher: University of Guelph
    Country: Canada

    In this issue: Research for real results; Environmental sustainability; Bioeconomy; Product development; Emergency management; Partners for progress; Agricultural and rural policy; Production systems; Food for health; Knowledge translation and transfer; Highlight qualified personnel program; Veterinary clinical education program; Laboratory services division

  • Publication . Part of book or chapter of book . 2015
    Open Access English
    Authors: 
    Buckland, Amy;
    Publisher: The Association of College & Research Libraries
    Country: Canada

    Thinking of our students as future researchers offers libraries many reasons to support them as creators in the scholarly publishing world. The peer review process helps students better understand critical discourse. The submission and acceptance process helps them learn about their rights as creators. Their participation in the publishing process develops their presence in the academic world, giving them oh-so-important “street cred” as academics. Their participation may even help revolutionize the scholarly publishing landscape! Perhaps these future researchers will even break the monograph-journal binary in scholarly publishing.

  • Other research product . Other ORP type . 2000
    Open Access English
    Authors: 
    Students Promoting Awareness of Research Knowledge (SPARK);
    Publisher: University of Guelph
    Country: Canada

    In this issue:Quality advances through technology; Consumer issues and concerns; Improving health and nutrition; Safe food: The modern mantra; The Guelph Food Inventory 2000

  • Other research product . Other ORP type . 2007
    Open Access English
    Authors: 
    Students Promoting Awareness of Research Knowledge (SPARK);
    Publisher: University of Guelph
    Country: Canada

    In this issue: Mushroom production makes premium compost; Cold-tolerant potatoes for chips; Rust-resistant soybeans; Improvements in Ontario's popular asparagus variety; Computer program helps with weed management; Better manure and tillage practices; Controlling giant hogweed; Sugar beet quality gets a boost; Top wheat varieties identified; These peas resist powdery mildew disease; Herbicide drift can affect nearby crops; Taking responsibility for water quality; Ridding canola of cabbage seedpod weevils; Developing soybeans for biodiesel; Production innovations for Ontario apple growers; Reducing greenhouse gas on the farm; Agri-food research developments in Ontario; Farming innovations at the University of Guelph; Reducing lameness in dairy cattle; Liquid feed systems for Ontario swine producers; Cattle disease has far-reaching effects; New device detects degenerative is ease in sheep; Digestion in cattle gets help from more enzymes; Genetic selection for beef tenderness; Yeast fibres protect chickens from intestinal damage; Dairy diets should cut back on phosphorus; Environmental effects of swine farms; Growth rates in chickens for optimal development; Mycotoxins are magnified in distillers grains; Helpful bacteria boost chicken immunity

  • Other research product . Other ORP type . 2010
    Open Access English
    Authors: 
    Students Promoting Awareness of Research Knowledge (SPARK);
    Publisher: University of Guelph
    Country: Canada

    In this issue: Creating a sustainable economy; Environmental sustainability; Bioeconomy; Product Development and Enhancement Through Value Chains; Production Systems; Partners for Progress: Agricultural and Rural Policy: Emergency Management: Food for Health; Knowledge Translation and Transfer; Highly Qualified Personnel Program; Veterinary Clinical Education Program; Laboratory Services Division

  • Open Access English
    Authors: 
    Chandler, Eliza; Johnson, Megan; Gold, Becky; Rice, Carla; Bulmer, Alex;
    Publisher: Victoria University
    Country: Canada

    Throughout this article, we take up works of disability artists whose practices engage with the act of walking/traversing as a method and form of sense-making. Specifically, we take up two performances by blind theatre artist Alex Bulmer—May I Take Your Arm (2018) and Blind Woman in Search of a Narrative (2018-2020) —in which walking, specifically ‘walking-together,’ is embedded as both a performative element and an integral mode of inquiry. We think about what Bulmer’s works, along with works by Carmen Papalia and Arseli Dokumaci, teach us about knowing and being known through an urban landscape, creating a “cripistemology” (McRuer & Johnson 2014) that builds on David Serlin’s (2006) notion of “disabling the flâneur.” Throughout this arts- based inquiry, we suggest that Bulmer advances a practice of “cripping the flâneur” (Campbell, 2010) as she demonstrates how we might come to know ourselves, our cities, our neighbours, and blindness through the epistemological vantage-point of blindness.

  • Other research product . Other ORP type . 2000
    Open Access English
    Authors: 
    Students Promoting Awareness of Research Knowledge (SPARK);
    Publisher: University of Guelph
    Country: Canada

    In this issue: Byte-size hearing aids; Engineering for the environment; Enhancing agri-food systems; Innovative technology development; Human ailments, wear and tear

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  • Open Access English
    Authors: 
    Students Promoting Awareness of Research Knowledge (SPARK);
    Publisher: University of Guelph
    Country: Canada

    In this issue: Community: Lights on in rural Nicaragua; Cleaning up Guatemalan communities; Argentinians turn trash into cash; Improving the Human Development Index; Development from the bottom up; Lessons learned on Estonia's tourism trail; Seeing through the smoke in South Korea; Health: Chemotherapy gets a boost; Treating nausea with cannabis; Unlocking cell security; Malaria-fighting enzymes; Cambodia's cure for anemia; Novel pots for better health; Clean water for India; Environment: Scanning the world's biodiversity; Better welfare for captive parrots; Trees and crops help Ghanaian farms; Fishing for solutions in the Mekong Basin; Practical solutions for sustainable industries; Facing the Arctic melt; A new buzz for beekeeping in Vietnam; Food: Coffee plant disease imperils harvests; Bringing healthier pigs to Kenyan markets; Millet gets makeover for food security; Searching for China's toughest rice and corn; Local planning takes on global food crisis.

  • Other research product . Other ORP type . 2003
    Open Access English
    Authors: 
    Students Promoting Awareness of Research Knowledge (SPARK);
    Publisher: University of Guelph
    Country: Canada

    In this issue: Diet and Exericse; Operating Theatre; Reproduction Frontiers; New Treatments

  • Open Access English
    Authors: 
    Denborough, David; Douglas, Patty; Rice, Carla;
    Publisher: Dulwich Centre Publications
    Country: Canada

    The Re•Storying Autism project is a Canadian–British collaboration that seeks to interrupt dominant and limiting narratives of autism through an alternative storytelling process. Short films made by people who identify as autistic or who have attracted a label of autism tell preferred stories that shift understandings, expand representations and create space for practices of difference. Carla Rice and Patty Douglas, two of the project leaders, caught up with David Denborough to reflect on the principles and practices embraced by the Re•Storying Autism project, and to consider the project’s potential for contributing to a framework that may be useful to narrative practitioners.

  • Other research product . Other ORP type . 2011
    Open Access English
    Authors: 
    Students Promoting Awareness of Research Knowledge (SPARK);
    Publisher: University of Guelph
    Country: Canada

    In this issue: Research for real results; Environmental sustainability; Bioeconomy; Product development; Emergency management; Partners for progress; Agricultural and rural policy; Production systems; Food for health; Knowledge translation and transfer; Highlight qualified personnel program; Veterinary clinical education program; Laboratory services division

  • Publication . Part of book or chapter of book . 2015
    Open Access English
    Authors: 
    Buckland, Amy;
    Publisher: The Association of College & Research Libraries
    Country: Canada

    Thinking of our students as future researchers offers libraries many reasons to support them as creators in the scholarly publishing world. The peer review process helps students better understand critical discourse. The submission and acceptance process helps them learn about their rights as creators. Their participation in the publishing process develops their presence in the academic world, giving them oh-so-important “street cred” as academics. Their participation may even help revolutionize the scholarly publishing landscape! Perhaps these future researchers will even break the monograph-journal binary in scholarly publishing.

  • Other research product . Other ORP type . 2000
    Open Access English
    Authors: 
    Students Promoting Awareness of Research Knowledge (SPARK);
    Publisher: University of Guelph
    Country: Canada

    In this issue:Quality advances through technology; Consumer issues and concerns; Improving health and nutrition; Safe food: The modern mantra; The Guelph Food Inventory 2000

  • Other research product . Other ORP type . 2007
    Open Access English
    Authors: 
    Students Promoting Awareness of Research Knowledge (SPARK);
    Publisher: University of Guelph
    Country: Canada

    In this issue: Mushroom production makes premium compost; Cold-tolerant potatoes for chips; Rust-resistant soybeans; Improvements in Ontario's popular asparagus variety; Computer program helps with weed management; Better manure and tillage practices; Controlling giant hogweed; Sugar beet quality gets a boost; Top wheat varieties identified; These peas resist powdery mildew disease; Herbicide drift can affect nearby crops; Taking responsibility for water quality; Ridding canola of cabbage seedpod weevils; Developing soybeans for biodiesel; Production innovations for Ontario apple growers; Reducing greenhouse gas on the farm; Agri-food research developments in Ontario; Farming innovations at the University of Guelph; Reducing lameness in dairy cattle; Liquid feed systems for Ontario swine producers; Cattle disease has far-reaching effects; New device detects degenerative is ease in sheep; Digestion in cattle gets help from more enzymes; Genetic selection for beef tenderness; Yeast fibres protect chickens from intestinal damage; Dairy diets should cut back on phosphorus; Environmental effects of swine farms; Growth rates in chickens for optimal development; Mycotoxins are magnified in distillers grains; Helpful bacteria boost chicken immunity

  • Other research product . Other ORP type . 2010
    Open Access English
    Authors: 
    Students Promoting Awareness of Research Knowledge (SPARK);
    Publisher: University of Guelph
    Country: Canada

    In this issue: Creating a sustainable economy; Environmental sustainability; Bioeconomy; Product Development and Enhancement Through Value Chains; Production Systems; Partners for Progress: Agricultural and Rural Policy: Emergency Management: Food for Health; Knowledge Translation and Transfer; Highly Qualified Personnel Program; Veterinary Clinical Education Program; Laboratory Services Division

  • Open Access English
    Authors: 
    Chandler, Eliza; Johnson, Megan; Gold, Becky; Rice, Carla; Bulmer, Alex;
    Publisher: Victoria University
    Country: Canada

    Throughout this article, we take up works of disability artists whose practices engage with the act of walking/traversing as a method and form of sense-making. Specifically, we take up two performances by blind theatre artist Alex Bulmer—May I Take Your Arm (2018) and Blind Woman in Search of a Narrative (2018-2020) —in which walking, specifically ‘walking-together,’ is embedded as both a performative element and an integral mode of inquiry. We think about what Bulmer’s works, along with works by Carmen Papalia and Arseli Dokumaci, teach us about knowing and being known through an urban landscape, creating a “cripistemology” (McRuer & Johnson 2014) that builds on David Serlin’s (2006) notion of “disabling the flâneur.” Throughout this arts- based inquiry, we suggest that Bulmer advances a practice of “cripping the flâneur” (Campbell, 2010) as she demonstrates how we might come to know ourselves, our cities, our neighbours, and blindness through the epistemological vantage-point of blindness.

  • Other research product . Other ORP type . 2000
    Open Access English
    Authors: 
    Students Promoting Awareness of Research Knowledge (SPARK);
    Publisher: University of Guelph
    Country: Canada

    In this issue: Byte-size hearing aids; Engineering for the environment; Enhancing agri-food systems; Innovative technology development; Human ailments, wear and tear

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