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Social responsibility in sport subject of speech

Aubrey Kent will speak to corporate social responsibility in the world of sports in a free public lecture Friday.

Archaeologist and historian to discuss local African-Canadian story

Digging through the history of Underground Railroad is the subject of a free public lecture Thursday on the UWindsor campus.

UWindsor researcher advancing the field of stretchable electronics

Stretchable transistors allow for functioning wearable electronics, says chemistry professor Simon Rondeau-Gagné.

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.

Reception to fête research excellence

The Celebration of Excellence in Research, Scholarship and Creative Activity is set for 4:30 p.m. Wednesday, March 8.

Vital soil subject of three-day interdisciplinary series

“Life in the Soil” will explore scientific, indigenous, embodied and practical knowledge about the vital nature of soils, March 8 to 10.


Presentation to provide report on sports concussion centre

Two UWindsor psychology professors will discuss their work with the Sport-related Concussion Centre in a free public presentation Friday.

Deadline looming for Three Minute Thesis competition

Wednesday is the deadline to register for the Three Minute Thesis competition.

Compound kills cancer cells, UWindsor research team finds

A study in professor Siyaram Pandey’s biochemistry lab has found cancer-fighting potential in synthetic versions of the compound pancratistatin.

Scientists and citizens to discuss health of Lake Erie

Researchers from Canada and the United States will gather on the UWindsor campus next week to discuss the status of Lake Erie’s ecosystems.