Highlighting our most-read stories from 2019.
On November 28, cybersecurity industry partners visited campus and awarded scholarships.
A department of physics student will compete on Family Feud Canada.
On November 14, the school of engineering hosted its 10th annual Honours and Awards Gala.
U of G researchers develop new way to detect food contaminants that is simpler and cheaper.
On November 22, the Ideas Congress cohort pitched to reduce plastics in Guelph.
On November 5, the CEPS community celebrated outstanding undergraduate students.
U of G researchers follow the unfolding of cellular proteins to find out what makes them stable.
Profs. Areibi and Grewal win 2019 Field-Programmable Logic and Applications Best Paper Award.
Finding a better, cheaper way to make microchips that can be used as diagnostic tools.