Dr. Pensini and her team of UofG researchers, along with scientists from the Canadian Light Source (CLS) at the University of Saskatchewan (USask) are developing low-energy strategies to purify polluted water. Check out the article for more information! https://www.lightsource.ca/public/news/2022-23-q3-oct-dec/modifying-waters-structure-as-low-energy-method-for-removing-pollutants.php
Come out to the University of Waterloo's Farvolden Lecture on Thursday, October 20th at 2 pm in the Theatre of the Arts, Modern Languages Building! The University Consortium's PI, Dr. J.F. (Rick) Devlin will be presenting "The Tools of Understanding (because to solve a problem you must first understand it)." Admission is free, and no … Continue reading The 2022 Farvolden Lecture
This publication ties into our Fall Focus Meeting topic of quantitative microbial tools. Access it below: Enouy, R.W., Walton, K.M., Malton, I.I., Sra, K.S., Sihota, N.N., Daniels, E.J., Unger, A.J.A. (2022). A mechanistic derivation of the Monod bioreaction equation for a limiting nutrient. Journal of Mathematical Biology. 84, 62. DOI: 10.1007/s00285-022-01760-0
Congratulations to Drs. Beth Parker, Kari Dunfield and Emmanuelle Arnaud on being featured in the travelling exhibition, Iron Willed: Women in STEM! The exhibition will be featured in Guelph Museums starting from September 17th. Go check it out!
Please join us in congratulating Morwick G360's Director and The University Consortium's Associate Director, Dr. Beth Parker on her upcoming Keynote Address: Making Conceptual Site Models Predictive of Transport in Bedrock Aquifers. Her talk will take place on Monday, September 12th at NGWA's Fractured Rock conference in Burlington, VT.
Congratulations to Dr. Kari Dunfield and the Alice St. team on their feature in Guelph Today! Please give it a read! https://www.guelphtoday.com/grounded/u-of-g-project-seeing-how-trees-can-clean-up-contaminated-sites-5671735
Starting November 1, 2021, Dr. Ferdinando Manna (left) and Dr. Jonathan Munn (right) from the University of Guelph are joining the University Consortium for Field Focused Groundwater Research as Principal Investigators. Dr. Manna is a groundwater hydrologist with expertise in the assessment of groundwater recharge rates in fractured rock. He studies hydrological processes occurring across … Continue reading Meet the University Consortium’s Newest PIs, Ferdinando Manna and Jonathan Munn