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Honouring Alumni & Friends

On November 14, the school of engineering hosted its 10th annual Honours and Awards Gala.

A variety of cereal grains

Shape-Shifting DNA

U of G researchers develop new way to detect food contaminants that is simpler and cheaper.

Group of Ideas Congress students by presentation screen

ICON Fall 2019

On November 22, the Ideas Congress cohort pitched to reduce plastics in Guelph.

Catharine Dang and Mary Wells chat during reception

2019 Awards Night

On November 5, the CEPS community celebrated outstanding undergraduate students.

Lab set up with a large NMR system

Protein Puzzles

U of G researchers follow the unfolding of cellular proteins to find out what makes them stable.

Shawki Areibi and Gary Grewal stand in the U of G Science Complex

FPL Best Paper Award

Profs. Areibi and Grewal win 2019 Field-Programmable Logic and Applications Best Paper Award.

Woman holding up a microfluidic chip

Chip Away Costs

Finding a better, cheaper way to make microchips that can be used as diagnostic tools.

Playing it Safe

Researchers keep online gaming safe by learning how and where to find evidence of cyber-crimes.

Portrait of Prof. Mario Martinez

Faculty Award Winners

The inaugural CEPS faculty awards were presented to seven faculty members on June 20, 2019.

Colourful star explosion

Rules of Attraction

Researchers calculate the weight of neutron stars, the strongest magnets in the universe.

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