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Research showcase offers prizes for student work on green energy

The Green Future competition will showcase student research on energy conservation and renewable energy.

UWindsor researchers take wing at ornithological conference

UWindsor researchers made an impressive contribution to an international ornithological conference at last week, says one of its organizers.

Methane can naturally contaminate groundwater, researchers find

Professor Scott Mundle is part of a research team that has found methane can migrate through shale to contaminate groundwater naturally.

Search for shortcuts leads student to programming publication

Odette MBA student Adriano Durante developed a program to strip extraneous information from a financial database.

Great Lakes scientists identify research challenges

A scientist from the University of Windsor, in partnership with other researchers in the United States, have identified the five main challenges facing research in the Great Lakes.

Researchers hitting the beach to explain water quality work

GLIER scientists will visit at Rondeau Provincial Park on July 29 and 30 to explain how their research helps keep beaches safe for swimmers.

Tours to showcase research accomplishments for government officials

Visits this month to the UWindsor will remind Canadian policy-makers about the critical role the University plays in important areas of research.

Historian cited in analysis of film’s cultural impact

The Walrus magazine has published an article on the rediscovery of a documentary first screened during Expo 67.

Student seeking support for sociology fieldwork

Sociology PhD student Travis Reitsma has issued an appeal to help fund his research into local panhandlers.

Math project to streamline company’s distribution network

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