Innovative cold plasma battles crown rot, preserving bananas and reshaping agriculture sustainably.
Banana's Battle: Crown Rot Threat
The University of Guelph’s Dr. Graham Taylor is set to play a pivotal role in a groundbreaking international initiative aimed at leveraging artificial intelligence (AI) to better understand the impact of climate change on biodiversity.
Exploiting catalysts' capabilities, Dr. Chen's team employs UV-Vis spectroscopy and SPECM to enhance water electrolysis efficiency for sustainable hydrogen fuel generation.
Water's Extraordinary Secret: Catalysts and Clean Energy
GBADs charts a course in the data labyrinth, overcoming obstacles and unearthing keys to a healthier, data-driven future.
One Health Renaissance: GBADs at the Helm
Leading the announcement is Dr.
Researchers develop an automated method that can detect a prevalent liver disease at the primary care level.
A Global Health Concern
Not all heroes wear capes, but they do wear armour. Meet Dr. Michele Oliver, a trailblazer from the School of Engineering at the University of Guelph, who is working towards making armour more accommodating for the real-world superheroes - our soldiers. The twist? Her study focuses on determining whether armour needs to be tailored for female soldiers, a long-ignored demographic in military armour design.
The production of key chemical compounds could aid in the development of new cancer therapies
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.