Research

Sujith Xavier, Tess SheldonLaw professors Sujith Xavier and Tess Sheldon received Partnership Engage Grants from the Social Sciences and Humanities Research Council.

Federal grants to support legal research projects

Law professors Sujith Xavier and Tess Sheldon received Partnership Engage Grants from the Social Sciences and Humanities Research Council.

Allison Mistakidis uses a spectrophotometer to measure the plumage colour of a museum specimen of a warbler.Allison Mistakidis, a former Master’s student in the laboratory of biology professor Stéphanie Doucet, uses a spectrophotometer to measure the plumage colour of a museum specimen of a warbler.

Geographic overlap promotes different feather colours, but similar songs, in birds

Birds of a feather don’t flock together: a study finds avian species sharing space exhibit greater difference in colouration, but more similar songs.
K.W. Michael SiuA study by researchers at Stanford University looked at the citation records dating back to 1965 of nearly 7 million academics living and dead around the world. K.W. Michael Siu, UWindsor’s vice-president, research and innovation, said he is delighted 28 professors from the University of Windsor ranked in the top two per cent in their respective disciplines.

UWindsor researchers listed among top academics in their fields

A list of the world’s top academics includes 28 from the University of Windsor.

UWindsor engineering professor Narayan KarUWindsor engineering professor Narayan Kar is a leading expert in electric vehicle motors, drives and other powertrain components. Dr. Kar has been awarded a National Research Chair, a position that comes with $200,000 in annual funding.

Engineering prof named Canada Research Chair in electrified vehicles

UWindsor engineering professor Narayan Kar has been awarded a National Research Chair, which comes with $200,000 in annual funding.