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Richard Lockhart of Simon Fraser UniversityStatistics professor Richard Lockhart of Simon Fraser University will highlight the continuing relevance of the field in a public lecture Thursday.

Continuing relevance of statistics subject of lecture

Statistics professor Richard Lockhart of Simon Fraser University will highlight the continuing relevance of the field in a public lecture Thursday.

Christian TrudeauEconomics professor Christian Trudeau’s theoretical research could help policy-makers with mechanisms to fairly distribute the costs of mass transit, compensate communities that host gas pipelines, or allocate licences for wireless spectrum licences.

Going to market: professor researching economics theory

Christian Trudeau is studying what economists like him call “mechanism design and surplus sharing with externalities.”

beetsThe potential for beets as a health supplement is the subject of a lecture Friday in the Human Kinetics Building.

Lecture to inaugurate physical activity promotion campaign

Penn State kinesiology professor David Proctor will deliver a free public lecture over the noon hour Friday in the Human Kinetics Building.

image of Boomer Harding by artist Scott ChantlerCartoonist Scott Chantler will be on hand for an event celebrating the 85th anniversary of the Chatham Coloured All-Stars becoming the first black team to win an Ontario Baseball Association provincial championship.

Reception to mark anniversary of historic baseball win

An event Wednesday will celebrate the 1934 Ontario Baseball Association provincial championship won by the Chatham Coloured All-Stars.

Open Access Week logoLeddy Library is inviting students and faculty to take part in the Scholarly Impact Challenge, an effort to improve the impact of their research.

Five-day challenge to increase impact of research

Leddy Library is inviting students and faculty to take part in the Scholarly Impact Challenge, an effort to improve the impact of their research.

Dr. Charu Chandrasekera, Executive Director of the Canadian Centre for Alternatives to Animal Methods (CCAAM), explains to Eric Margolis how the lab utilizes 3D printing to produce replicas of human tissues and organs for research during CCAAM's grand opeDr. Charu Chandrasekera, Executive Director of the Canadian Centre for Alternatives to Animal Methods (CCAAM), explains to Eric Margolis how the lab utilizes 3D printing to produce replicas of human tissues and organs for research during CCAAM's grand opening on Thursday, Oct. 10, 2019.

Non-animal biomedical lab a first for UWindsor

A new research lab dedicated to developing, validating, and promoting non-animal, human biology-based platforms in biomedical research, education, and chemical safety testing celebrated its grand opening Thursday at the University of Windsor.