Student teams worked with community partners to develop solutions to real-world problems at the 2020 Improve Life Challenge.
Department of Physics student and club president, Joelle Easter, commented on the potential for apps to save lives.
More than 40 students, including 11 CEPS students, will work together on real-life challenges for community partners.
Fourth-year mechanical engineering student Mitchell Ubene will compete for Canada at the Pan American Cross-Country Cup.
Computer science prof. Rozita Dara and team's novel research on using Twitter as global surveillance system for disease tracking.
Engineering prof. Andrea Bradford to be honoured at YMCA-YWCA of Guelph Women of Distinction celebration.
Professor emeritus Chris Gray (Department of Physics) is investigating antimicrobial peptides that could kill harmful bacteria.
Mathematics and statistics prof. Monica Cojocaru will use mathematical modelling to test the effectiveness of illness reduction methods.
U of G Chemistry researchers work with ZEN Graphene Solutions to convert graphite ore into top-quality graphene oxide.
Orbax, Department of Physics, explains the science of hand warmers to The Weather Network.