Windsor engineering students Alexandra Rose and Liza DiCecco each won an award for best oral presentation at the Canadian Materials Science Conference.
The distance from the south end of Essex Hall to the new Ed Lumley Centre for Engineering Innovation is a mere two blocks. You can walk it in less than five minutes.
Try moving 80 faculty and staff members, 247 graduate students, 76 post-doctoral fellows and research associates and about $40 million worth of laboratory equipment over the same distance.
The Natural Sciences and Engineering Research Council of Canada is featuring UWindsor professor Ahmet Alpas in a showcase of researchers it funds.
The council has produced a video entitled 2 Minutes with Ahmet T. Alpas and is promoting it on the NSERC Web site.