Physics

Lucjan Krause.Lucjan Krause.

New scholarship honours professor emeritus in physics

A new scholarship will honour one of the builders of the University of Windsor’s physics program.

The Dr. Lucjan Krause Undergraduate Scholarship in Physics will go to a student in physics with demonstrated academic success, who has made valuable contributions to research activity and departmental activities.

The first scholarship will be disbursed in fall 2016, with the head of the physics department choosing the winner.

Guy ConsolmagnoGuy Consolmagno, director of the Vatican Observatory, will discuss a method to characterize the composition of space objects Thursday

Space objects subject of seminar

Guy Consolmagno, director of the Vatican Observatory, will discuss a method to characterize the composition of space objects Thursday

As part of one of the Windsor Science Academy program activities, Sandwich Secondary students Jordan Sin (l.), Liam Salt (centre) and CJ Rempillo (r.) shatter flowers they had flash-frozen by dipping them in liquid nitrogen at -196° C.As part of one of the Windsor Science Academy program activities, Sandwich Secondary students Jordan Sin (l.), Liam Salt (centre) and CJ Rempillo (r.) shatter flowers they had flash-frozen by dipping them in liquid nitrogen at -196° C.

High schoolers explore science at UWindsor

34 high schoolers from across Windsor-Essex who spent a week in the Faculty of Science for short lectures, fun activities and lab exercises. 

100 elementary students will compete in Let’s Talk Science Challenge event, on campus. 100 elementary students will compete in Let’s Talk Science Challenge event, on campus.

Young science enthusiasts to compete on campus

Let’s Talk Science event will challenge 100 elementary students to compete in a science quiz show and design competitions.

picture of galaxy labelled "we are here"A free public lecture Wednesday will consider Earth’s location in the universe and its implications for human development.

Our place in the universe subject of physics lecture

A free public lecture Wednesday will consider Earth’s location in the universe and its implications for human development.