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Masterclass marries music and sciences

- Aug 16, 2022

Science and engineering students got a chance to express themselves creatively through music and sound in the SMArt Masterclass, organized by the faculties of science and engineering, May 7 through June 12.


Project aims at design of soft electronics materials

- Aug 15, 2022

Simon Rondeau-Gagné is using the fundamental building blocks of chemistry to design soft and flexible electronics that could be used for chemical sensing and medical treatment.

An associate professor of chemistry and biochemistry, Dr. Rondeau-Gagné received a five-year $310,000 Natural Sciences and Engineering Research Council of Canada (NSERC) Discovery grant for his project “...

East meets West in autonomous vehicle research

- Aug 9, 2022

A visit from South Korean students will contribute to global advancements in self-driving automobile technology, says a UWindsor engineering professor.

Eunsik Kim is one of four professors — three in engineering and one in computer science — hosting students in his lab from Ewha Womans University in Seoul, the largest women’s university in the world. Master’s students Haein Jeon and...

Professors receive more than $4.1 million for scientific and engineering research

- Aug 8, 2022

Twenty-five UWindsor professors in the faculties of science, engineering, and human kinetics have been awarded a total of more than $4.1 million in federal grants to fund their research for the next five years or outfit their labs with new equipment.

The Natural Sciences and Engineering Research Council of Canada (NSERC) is funding 20 new projects at the University, including research...

Continuing Education course teaches sales-focused approach to website development

- Jul 21, 2022

With millions of online transactions taking place every day, it is essential for small businesses and corporate organizations to create and manage an e-commerce website that will give them a leading edge in the quickly changing and competitive digital marketplace.

The Website Tools for Online Sales course offered through UWindsor Continuing Education guides learners...

Study to assess effects of marine reserves

- Jul 20, 2022

UWindsor integrative biology professor Dennis Higgs, in collaboration with a marine scientist in New Zealand, has received a $150,000 grant from that country’s government to help assess the health and welfare over the next three years of the New Zealand snapper (Chrysophrys auratus), a fish found in surrounding seas.

The New Zealand government has invited expert scientists as...

Students shine at physics conference

- Jul 19, 2022

UWindsor physics students successfully competed against their counterparts at the 2022 Canadian Association of Physicists annual congress, held at McMaster University in Hamilton, Ontario, from June 6 to 10.

Master’s student Emma Blanchette (BSc 2021) placed second in the category Division of Atomic, Molecular, and Optical Physics, Canada oral...

Chemistry research sparks international collaborations

- Jul 18, 2022

International collaborations are sparking symbiotic partnerships for two UWindsor chemistry professors.

Marcus Drover and Simon Rondeau-Gagné have each received an NSERC Alliance International Catalyst grant, carrying $25,000 in funding for one year to support Canadian researchers in initiating international research collaborations.

“This award gives us the opportunity to reach...

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