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Grace Anzovino, Brooklyn Dobson, Ellie Smith, Lauren PortugalScience Queens: St. John de Brebeuf students Grace Anzovino, Brooklyn Dobson, Ellie Smith, and Lauren Portugal donned tiaras, sashes, and safety goggles Friday to compete in the Let’s Talk Science Challenge.

Challenge inspires grade schoolers in scientific pursuit

A team from Académie Ste-Cécile took top honours Friday in the Let’s Talk Science Challenge.

New York City skyline including the Tribute in LightArtificial light — including at the Tribute in Light in New York City — disorients nocturnal migratory birds, UWindsor ornithologist Dan Mennill writes in an article for the Conversation.

Turning out the lights can save birds’ lives: professor

The artificial lights produced by humans disrupt the migration of birds, often with fatal consequences, says UWindsor ornithologist Dan Mennill.

forensics style stuffThe University of Windsor is hosting the sixth annual Trends in Forensic Sciences conference on Tuesday, April 2.

Conference to showcase forensic sciences program

The University of Windsor is hosting the sixth annual Trends in Forensic Sciences conference on Tuesday, April 2.

Five dice all turned up to value of sixThe Probability Prof, Jeffrey Rosenthal, will deliver two public lectures next week on the UWindsor campus.

Probability Prof to ponder puzzle of luck

The Probability Prof, Jeffrey Rosenthal, will deliver two public lectures next week on the UWindsor campus.

Barry RabeUniversity of Michigan professor Barry Rabe will examine the political feasibility of carbon pricing in a free public lecture Thursday, March 21.

Carbon pricing subject of address

University of Michigan professor Barry Rabe will examine the political feasibility of carbon pricing in a free public lecture Thursday, March 21.