Researchers call for using sound to track the movement of fish to better monitor ecosystems and set conservation policies.
Drownings off beaches along the Great Lakes cost more than $130 million each year, a team of UWindsor researchers has found.
Chelsea Salter is studying how bacteria in Point Pelee sand can break down toxins before they contaminate the residents’ drinking water.
Sampling remote lakes in New Zealand may help a UWindsor research team develop an early warning system to monitor the health of freshwater systems.
Mike McKay is leading a research team using wastewater to study the transmission of COVID-19 in local communities.
The Faculty of Science has recognized more than 100 students as LEAD Medallion Scholars.
Ken Drouillard, a professor in UWindsor’s School of the Environment, is heading a research project to help the Windsor-Essex Sewing Force.
MIT Press has released a new edition of a novel translated into English by UWindsor professor Frank Simpson and his late wife.