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Math project to streamline company’s distribution network

A partnership with a wholesale product distributor is providing real-world experience to mathematics students.

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.


Symposium to explore intersect of energy and natural resources

The University of Windsor will host a symposium this week exploring the technological, political, and financial aspects of the sustainable production and use of energy this week. The Energy and Natural Resources 2017 conference, June 22 and 23 in the Ed Lumley Centre for Engineering Innovation, will focus on the interconnectivity between energy and the environment, with discussion of:


UWindsor to host international computational fluid dynamics conference

Up to 80 experts in fluid dynamics from across Canada, the United States, the United Kingdom and Iran will meet in Windsor to discuss the latest in research and advancements for the 25th Annual Conference of the Computational Fluid Dynamics (CFD) Society of Canada. UWindsor plays host to the conference June 18 to 20. “The applications of fluid dynamics are endless because you are talking about fluid flow in and around any space or object,” says Ronald Barron, mathematics professor and chair of the conference organizing committee.

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.

Project documents legacy of pioneering baseball team

A public archive documents and celebrates the legacy of the Chatham Coloured All-Stars.

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.

UWindsor prof to join industry discussion on generating emissions-free electricity

Civil engineering professor Rupp Carriveau is the sole academic invited to present at a summit for the electric power industry on June 12.

Taking his show on the road: researcher on Parliament Hill to discuss electric cars

Engineering professor Narayan Kar discussed his research into electric vehicles with federal officials during the Parliament Pop-Up Research Park.