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bicycle tiresPrizes, companionship, and a free breakfast await participants in Bike to Work Day, Monday, May 28.

Breakfast awaits bike riders Monday

Prizes, companionship, and a free breakfast await participants in Bike to Work Day, Monday, May 28.

light bulb filled with beerGreat science, less filling: learn about light during a Science on Tap event, May 24 at the Walkerville Brewery.

Science event to combine light and beer

Learn about light during a Science on Tap event, May 24 at the Walkerville Brewery.

toddlers playing Twister on a periodic table of elementsScience Rendezvous, Saturday at the University of Windsor, uses fun and games to teach scientific principles.

Family festival to explore frontiers of discovery

Science Rendezvous, Saturday at the University of Windsor, uses fun and games to teach scientific principles.

ChemiConnThe ChemiConn networking event will connect students, faculty, and industry, Thursday at the Fogolar Furlan Club.

Chemical bonding aim of networking event

The ChemiConn networking event will connect students, faculty, and industry, Thursday at the Fogolar Furlan Club.

literal soapboxSoapbox Science will see 12 women scientists describe their research, Saturday, May 12, on the UWindsor campus.

Women to step on soapbox to promote science

Soapbox Science will see 12 women scientists describe their research, Saturday, May 12, on the UWindsor campus.

Josh Allen, Mary BrownlieSelf-defence instructor Mary Brownlie (right) demonstrates a release technique using a kubaton keychain weapon on Sandwich Secondary student Josh Allen during the zombie survival field trip to the UWindsor campus Friday.

University disciplines demonstrate anti-apocalypse utility

The University of Windsor offers a lot of valuable skills to survive a zombie attack, students from local high schools learned during a field trip to campus Friday.

About 70 Grade 11 and 12 students attended workshops highlighting various academic disciplines, explains organizer Lydia Miljan, professor of political science and chair of the interdisciplinary arts and science program.