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Munir RahimUWindsor biologist Munir Rahim is investigating how to boost natural defences to a virus that is life-threatening to leukemia patients receiving bone marrow transplants.

Research could offer new hope to leukemia patients

A UWindsor biologist’s research into fighting life-threatening infection aims to give new hope to leukemia patients receiving bone marrow transplants.

Sharon LackieOperating the scanning electron microscope at the Great Lakes Institute for Environmental Research, Sharon Lackie helps researchers make breakthroughs in chemistry, biology, physics, engineering, environmental science, geology, and more.

Microscope technician looks into prehistoric discovery

When the Royal Ontario Museum needs to learn more about a 500-million–year-old fossil, it turns to UWindsor’s Sharon Lackie.

Houida Kassem, Ming Pan, Munir Rahim, Indryas Woldie, Simon Rondeau-Gagne, Debbie Kane, K.W. Michael SiuHouida Kassem (left), executive director of the Windsor Cancer Centre Foundation, and UWindsor vice-president for research and innovation K.W. Michael Siu (right) congratulate grant recipients Ming Pan, Munir Rahim, Indryas Woldie, Simon Rondeau-Gagne, and Debbie Kane.

UWindsor cancer researchers among grant recipients

Three teams of UWindsor professors have received grants for cancer research projects as part of a $200,000 announcement made Monday.

women in STEM graphicA talk and workshop on Dec. 2 will address issues related to recruiting and retaining women in science, technology, engineering, and mathematics.

Recruiting and retaining women in technical fields subject for speaker

A talk and workshop on Dec. 2 will address issues related to recruiting and retaining women in science, technology, engineering, and mathematics.