QE3 at BWRC Symposium

The Beaty Water Research Centre held their annual Symposium on campus today.

Graduate student Eden Hataley reprised her poster “Can microplastics act as a medium to concentrate waterborne microcystin” and undergraduate student Brianna Jackson presented work from her undergraduate thesis, “Toxicity of naphthenic acid fraction components from oil sands process-affected water to fathead minnow (Pimephales promelas)”.

Update: We are excited to announce Eden Hataley won third place for her poster at the BWRC symposium! Read more about the BWRC Symposium and Eden’s award on the Queen’s Gazette.