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Scientists explore emerging issues in invasive species research

Hugh MacIsaac is among an international team of scientists examining the challenges and opportunities in store for invasive species research.

Fish consumption advisories fail to account for multiple contaminants, study finds

A UWindsor professor has found that consumption advisories in Ontario may need to cast a wider net to completely protect against toxic contaminants.

Biology student is a top finalist in national video contest

Lincoln Savi, a master’s student of biology, was a finalist in a national competition for his video on the changing song of a tropical wren.

Undergraduate student alliance honours students and faculty

Biology professor Dora Cavallo-Medved received the Excellence in Teaching Award from the University of Windsor Students’ Alliance.

Fruit fly research takes home award from Ontario Biology Day

A UWindsor student’s research into sex determination of fruit flies was named best presentation in her category at a province-wide colloquium.

Field course on winter ecology takes students north

Three University of Windsor students headed north during Reading Week to take part in a course on the Winter Ecology of Birds.

Science speakers to address issues of research interest

The Outstanding Scholars Speakers Series presents dean Chris Houser and biologist Lisa Porter discussing their current research programs Tuesday.

Grounds grateful to share greenhouse

The University’s grounds department is overwintering large tropical plants in the Biology Building’s rooftop greenhouse.

UWindsor biologist receives national aquatic science award

J.C. Stevenson Award recipient Trevor Pitcher delivered the keynote address at the 2017 Canadian Conference for Fisheries Research.

Grant funding to nurture local cancer research projects

Three UWindsor researchers will receive a total of almost $228,000 in two-year Seeds4Hope grants from the Windsor Cancer Centre Foundation.