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Co-discoverer of vinblastine (from the Madagascar periwinkle plant) with Robert Noble at the University of Western Ontario in 1958. Vinblastine is a major chemotherapy drug used to treat cancers such...
Developed attosecond (10^-18 or a billion billionths of a second) light pulses for molecular imaging.
His contributions to continuation and bifurcation theory, and his code AUTO are well known throughout the world in the fields of engineering and dynamical systems.
World expert on bees and pollination of food crops.
First to image planets orbiting a star system other than our solar system using speckle/noise suppression for direct exoplanet imaging using advance image processing techniques.
Expert in non linear partial differential equations.
Identification of the molecular basis of genetic disorders such as hypophosphatasia (HPP), a metabolic bone disorder, and glutaric aciduria type 1 (GA1), a complex disorder of organic acid...
Helped to decode the genome for yeast. Is working on the molecular and genetic mechanism for meiosis, the special type of cell division that permits sexual reproduction.
Early Canadian ornithologist who discovered that photoperiodism, the length of days, was one of the main triggers of migration in birds.
Driving force at Canada's Sudbury Neutrino Observatory
Elucidated the underlying biochemical principles that allow animals to make transitions to and from dormant states
Demonstrated the pivotal role of plant resources in past and contemporary aboriginal cultures of Western Canada.
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