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The COVID 19 pandemic demonstrated a multitude of human behaviours that can drive the spread of disease. From mask-wearing, social distancing, vaccine hesitancy to pandemic fatigue. Government and health agencies struggled to keep up with policy, as the science and the population’s willingness to adopt changed.
Four U of G-led projects have received a total of $997,000 from the federal New Frontiers in Research Fund (NFRF), which supports interdisciplinary projects and encourages inventive approaches to research.
The College of Engineering and Physical Sciences is proud to introduce 4 new writers for our Science Communicators program.
On Tuesday, March 28th, the CEPS 3MT® college heat welcomed 8 participants who had 3 minutes to present their thesis.
Two U of G researchers will lead international teams aiming to expand the boundaries of fundamental life science knowledge with funding from the highly competitive Human Frontier Science Program (HFSP).
Dr. Rafael Santos, associate professor in the School of Engineering, has been awarded a $55,000 research grant for the second time from the Alfred P. Sloan Foundation. This year’s grant will fund his project titled, "Triple-intensified process for direct carbon-negative methanol synthesis from biogas". The Sloan Foundation is dedicated to supporting novel research and education in science, technology, engineering, mathematics, and economics.
In Essex County, Ont., the nighttime sky glows orange and greenhouses dominate the landscape. It’s the result of the rapidly growing greenhouse industry in Ontario, one that took up almost 1,800 hectares of land and paid close to $194 million for energy in 2021, according to Statistics Canada.
But in Essex County, a hotspot for greenhouse-grown fruits, vegetables and flowers, energy is still in short supply.