Thompson Rivers University campuses are on the unceded lands of the Tk’emlúps te Secwépemc (Kamloops campus) and the T’exelc (Williams Lake campus) within Secwépemc’ulucw, the traditional territory of the Secwépemc. TRU also serves the peoples of surrounding territories including the St’át’imc, Nlaka’pamux, Tŝilhqot’in, Nuxalk, Dakelh, and Syilx.
Recipient of the Life Sciences BC Genome BC Award for Scientific Excellence
Dr. Lauchlan Fraser received the Life Sciences BC Genome BC Award for Scientific Excellence at the 24th annual Life Sciences BC event in September 2022. This award recognizes his contributions in the advancement of ecosystem reclamation through the use of cutting edge genomic tools. Watch his video where he presents his work on YouTube. Congratulations!
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The Fraser Lab, since 1993
We study many aspects of ecology and environmental biology. We encourage and support participation in each others’ research as well as in coordinated distributed international network studies.
Our lab at Thompson Rivers University campus in Kamloops is involved in research projects relating to ecosystem reclamation, climate change, invasive species mitigation, agroforestry, trophic level dynamics, and biodiversity.
The central interior of British Columbia offers unique areas to perform research. Whether you’re an experienced researcher or just starting out, we can find something that will suit you. Contact us today to join our lab!
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