A team of UWindsor researchers has received a $750,000 grant to explore the role of a protein in developing liver cancer.
The “Global Women’s Breakfast” will celebrate women in chemistry Tuesday, Feb. 14.
A meeting Wednesday, Feb. 8, will provide information to UWindsor students on roles available on the Science Rendezvous Windsor volunteer organizing committee.
Contaminated sediments limit the ecological recovery of the Detroit and Rouge River ecosystems, says a report released Tuesday by the State of the Strait Conference steering committee.
On the U.S. side of the Detroit River, up to 5.1 million cubic metres of contaminated sediments have been targeted for remediation by state and federal governments. No additional sediment remediation is required on the Canadian side.