K.W. Michael Siu

Arash Khabazipur sits before a computer screen displaying a simulationArash Khabazipur, a doctoral candidate in UWindsor’s Faculty of Engineering, is using a computer algorithm to research reducing soot by diluting fuel with gases such as nitrogen and hydrogen. He is one of 107 students at UWindsor who recently received internship grants for their research.

Doctoral student researching soot to find cleaner-burning fuel

Engineering student Arash Khabazipur is using a computer algorithm to research reducing soot.

hook used to open door with arm rather than handUWindsor engineers have designed hands-free door openers, one of 19 UWindsor COVID-related research projects WE-Spark Health Institute announced this week it would be funding.

Funding boosts local COVID-19 research

Researchers at the University of Windsor are heading 19 COVID-related projects funded this week by the WE-Spark Health Institute.

Blue and Gold pieces in puzzles labelled "Health"The Office of the Vice-President, Research and Innovation, invites health agencies or organizations to reach out for assistance.

University extending helping hand to health agencies

The Office of the Vice-President, Research and Innovation, invites health agencies or organizations to reach out for assistance.