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Trivia night to test myth-busting skills

Register for a live online trivia night to test your knowledge about cancer.

Mike McKay in lab at Great Lakes Institute for Environmental ResearchMike McKay, executive director of UWindsor’s Great Lakes Institute for Environmental Research, has received another $540,000 in funding for his research program that uses samples from wastewater treatment plants as an early warning system for COVID-19 outbreaks. The funding is part of a $12 million investment by the province to support and expand the network of researchers analyzing wastewater across Ontario.

Provincial funding boosts research tracking COVID-19 through sewage

A UWindsor research team received $540,000 to test samples from wastewater treatment plants as an early warning system for COVID-19.

Lisa Porter and John TrantLisa Porter and John Trant, shown in this 2019 photo, have received another $250,000 in research funding from the Ontario Institute for Cancer Research.

Cancer research gets $250,000 boost

Lisa Porter and John Trant have received a further $250,000 in funding from the Ontario Institute for Cancer Research.

Michael Nguyen, Mitchell DiPasquale, and Brett Rickeard visit the NIST Center for Neutron ResearchUWindsor graduate students Michael Nguyen, Mitchell DiPasquale, and Brett Rickeard visit the NIST Center for Neutron Research, a neutron beam facility in Gaithersburg, Maryland. A $14.25 million federal grant will fund new neutron beam equipment in Canada and access to similar facilities in the U.S.

UWindsor researcher signs on to effort building new Canadian neutron beams

UWindsor prof Drew Marquardt, president of the Canadian Institute for Neutron Scattering, supported a project to produce neutron beams in Canada.

Kenneth NgBiochemist Kenneth Ng joined the UWindsor faculty in July 2020, and is exploring treatments for coronaviruses.

Anti-viral expert joins Faculty of Science

Biochemist Kenneth Ng joined the UWindsor faculty in July 2020, and is exploring treatments for coronaviruses.

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Prof. Drew Marquardt lecturing to classDrew Marquardt hopes his term as president of the Canadian Institute for Neutron Scattering will secure a future for related research in this country.

Professor working to secure source for neutrons

Drew Marquardt hopes his term as president of the Canadian Institute for Neutron Scattering will secure a future for related research in this country.