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Aayush Vashi, Iram Malik, Zorka Globarevic, and Mahmoud YaminAayush Vashi, Iram Malik, Zorka Globarevic, and Mahmoud Yamin took first place in the first-ever Windsor Mold Group Capstone Endowment Awards for UWindsor’s industrial engineering program.

Engineering student projects make mark in industry

UWindsor students are improving the community through industrial engineering.

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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.

graphic produced by Earthquakes CanadaEarthquakes that occurred in Canada over 30 days are shown in a graphic produced by Earthquakes Canada. A 3.9 magnitude earthquake was reported on Feb. 18 near Arctic Bay, Nunavut.

Research aims to minimize earthquake devastation

Windsor engineering researchers are leading a project to help Canada mitigate the loss of life and financial ruin caused by large-scale earthquakes.

Peter FriseUWindsor professor Peter Frise helped write a report on the future of connected and automated vehicle technologies in Canada.

UWindsor lends automotive expertise to national study

UWindsor professor Peter Frise helped write a report on the future of connected and automated vehicle technologies in Canada.