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Peter SaleProfessor emeritus Peter Sale has written a book to introduce readers to the complexity, wonder, and vital planetary roles of coral reefs.

Ecologist aims to inspire action to save coral reefs

Professor emeritus Peter Sale has written a book to introduce readers to the complexity, wonder, and vital planetary roles of coral reefs.

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Edward TweedieThe April 30 conference Trends in Forensic Sciences will feature a keynote by forensic pathologist Edward Tweedie.

Conference to consider currents in science of crime-solving

The April 30 conference Trends in Forensic Sciences will feature a keynote by forensic pathologist Edward Tweedie.

Charu ChandrasekeraUWindsor researcher Charu Chandrasekera has received a grant from the British Columbia Foundation for Non-Animal Research to kickstart a project that aims to produce a 3D-printed model of human lung tissue.

Research project focused on creating a lung in a dish

UWindsor researcher Charu Chandrasekera has received a grant for a project to produce a 3D-printed model of human lung tissue.

John AlbaneseJohn Albanese has recently acquired a portable 3D osteology lab he will use to scan and analyze bones, crime scenes, and tombs. He will use it on site when he resumes his work in Greece, Brazil, and in Manitoba with the Sioux Valley Dakota Nation.

Forensic anthropologist eager to return to field work

Forensics professor John Albanese has acquired a portable 3D osteology lab he will use to scan and analyze bones, crime scenes, and tombs.