Physics student Jordyn Matthews won a $5,000 scholarship promoting diversity in technology.
UWindsor researchers are combining ultrasound and artificial intelligence to improve welds in automotive manufacturing.
A company launched Tuesday will market a new way of applying powder coatings that cleans, coats, and works metal in a single operation.
A free public seminar Monday will explore the application of mechanobiology to medicine and diagnostics.
An international conference last month discussed the future of non-invasive technologies in conservation of artworks and the detection of forgeries.
A demonstration of security technologies Monday at the provincial legislature will help to establish the UWindsor research reputation in the field.
UWindsor physics professor Roman Maev is chair of the fifth annual Nano Ontario Conference, opening today at Caesars Windsor.