Faster COVID-19 test results are the goal of a new automated diagnostic tool by researchers in computer science and engineering.
Physics grad Chris Heirwegh spent nearly five years preparing a high-tech instrument carried aboard the Perseverance rover.
Christina Burbadge, a highly-regarded U of G physics PhD student, passed away following a courageous fight with cancer.
Could bioplastics one day replace petroplastics? U of G professors Drs. Amar Mohanty and Manjusri Misra weighed in.
A study co-led by computer science Prof. Dan Gillis assessed dozens of pandemic-driven research and data-sharing collaborations.
New tech led by chemistry Prof. Khashayar Ghandi that measures COVID-19-fighting antibodies could assess the effectiveness of vaccines.
An internal search has begun for a new Chair, Department of Mathematics & Statistics, at the Associate or Full Professor rank.
A generous gift will establish the Tremaine Visiting Speaker Fund for Women in Science.
The strategy is aimed at developing, enhancing, supporting and evaluating Indigenous initiatives on campus.
Physics grad Christopher Heirwegh helped design an instrument that is now scanning the surface of Mars for signs of ancient life.