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Blue and Gold pieces in puzzles labelled "Health"The Office of the Vice-President, Research and Innovation, invites health agencies or organizations to reach out for assistance.

University extending helping hand to health agencies

The Office of the Vice-President, Research and Innovation, invites health agencies or organizations to reach out for assistance.

Ross Romano, Robert GordonOntario minister of colleges and universities Ross Romano met with UWindsor president Robert Gordon during a March 2 reception at Queen’s Park.

Reception raises UWindsor’s provincial profile

A reception in the Ontario legislature last week served to champion the University’s role as a key player in the future of Windsor-Essex and Canada.

Infrastructure fund gives boost to UWindsor research

Nine University of Windsor research projects recently received $1,757,036 in funding initiated by the Ontario Research Fund – Small Infrastructure.

K.W. Michael Siu, UWindsor vice-president research and innovation, said the funding will support economic gains and job creation within the province.

Houida Kassem, Ming Pan, Munir Rahim, Indryas Woldie, Simon Rondeau-Gagne, Debbie Kane, K.W. Michael SiuHouida Kassem (left), executive director of the Windsor Cancer Centre Foundation, and UWindsor vice-president for research and innovation K.W. Michael Siu (right) congratulate grant recipients Ming Pan, Munir Rahim, Indryas Woldie, Simon Rondeau-Gagne, and Debbie Kane.

UWindsor cancer researchers among grant recipients

Three teams of UWindsor professors have received grants for cancer research projects as part of a $200,000 announcement made Monday.

Ryan Gilleran, Douglas Kneale, Jeff BerrymanRyan Gilleran, an application engineer with ANSYS, demonstrates a virtual reality cave to UWindsor provost Douglas Kneale and associate vice-president academic Jeff Berryman at a $5 million funding announcement for automotive innovation in Windsor-Essex.

Feds make $5 million local investment in mobility innovation

A $5 million investment announced Friday by the federal government will help make Windsor-Essex a leader in mobility innovation.

Christina SemeniukChristina Semeniuk is one of 28 UWindsor researchers awarded nearly $4.4 million in federal funding to advance discoveries in science and engineering.

Grants to support research discovery

Federal funds totaling nearly $4.4 million will support 28 UWindsor researchers advancing discoveries in science and engineering.