PhD student Mitchell DiPasquale is using synthetic membranes to study the physical effects of vaping and e-cigarettes.
UWindsor prof Drew Marquardt, president of the Canadian Institute for Neutron Scattering, supported a project to produce neutron beams in Canada.
Research by UWindsor’s Drew Marquardt into how vaping injures the lungs has captured the attention of the chemistry world.
A small team of UWindsor chemistry researchers have won a chance to conduct an experiment in a specialized facility.
Two UWindsor students received honours at the Southern Ontario Undergraduate Chemistry Conference, March 18 at York University.
Jacqueline Gemus, a student in professor Rob Schurko’s research group, won first prize in physical chemistry.
Dr. Schurko says Gemus’ main area of interest is the mechanochemical synthesis of porous framework materials known as zeolitic imidazolate frameworks (ZIFs) and the use of solid-state nuclear magnetic resonance to monitor the formation of these amazing framework materials.
Should a female Muslim witness be allowed to wear a niqab – a veil that covers the face – while testifying before a court? The Supreme Court of Canada is considering such a case.
In “Legislating what women can wear,” a panel will discuss the case, R. v. N.S., in room 203, Toldo Health Education Centre, on Wednesday, March 28, at 5:30 p.m.