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Researchers identify lake trout spawning grounds using fish sex recordings

A research team has analyzed acoustic recordings of lake trout mating rituals to pinpoint popular spawning grounds in the Great Lakes.

New centre puts UWindsor at the Canadian forefront of alternatives to animal testing

The Canadian Centre for Alternatives to Animal Methods will promote human-centered research methods.

Motorcyclists wheel in to support fight against prostate cancer

A donation of more than $43,000 will support UWindsor research into using natural extracts to treat prostate cancer.

East Coast island draws birds and researchers alike

A team of UWindsor researchers is on a remote island on the East Coast studying the sounds and appearance of the savannah sparrow.

Student-faculty partnership creates cancer biology teaching lab

A new biology teaching lab will allow undergraduate students to start studying cancer in their first year.

Student to spend summer learning gene-editing technique in Japan

Kyle Stokes will study in Japan with Toshiro Sato, the researcher who first discovered how to grow organoids, mini-versions of organs.

Project to network medical research and clinical facilities

“Nucleus: Core Labs Enabling Solutions” will create a virtual inventory of equipment housed through the community.

Great Lakes research centre provides state-of-the-art facility in LaSalle

The University of Windsor's Freshwater Restoration Ecology Centre officially opened its doors on Wednesday and will focus on the restoration of damaged ecosystems, invasive species biology and water quality.

Lecture to explore protein regulation role in cancer

Anthony Rex Hunter, American Cancer Society Professor at the Salk Institute, will make a free presentation Friday on the UWindsor campus.

Landscapers hoping to trim, mow and prune cancer

The Porter Lab at the University of Windsor received a major boost thanks to the efforts of a team of landscapers near Woodstock, Ontario. By aerating, rolling and overseeding lawns last Saturday, Jason Stubbe and his team raised $170,326 during their annual Spring Yard Cleanup for Cancer. Stubbe said he has been passionate about raising money for cancer research ever since his father was diagnosed with brain cancer in 2006.