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Students win top prizes at Ontario Engineering Competition
Western Engineering undergraduate students won first place at the 2018 Ontario Engineering Competition (OEC) in the Senior Design and Programming categories.


‘Science, Action!’ contest puts research in motion
Western Engineering PhD student Jake Reeves has made one of the top 75 videos for the Science, Action! video contest, sponsored by NSERC, to highlight how research improves our daily lives.


Engineering a solution for brain trauma
Western Engineering’s Haojie Mao is working to understand traumatic brain injury and improve brain health with better protection, diagnostics and therapies.


Prof engineers a new craft brew
Mechanical & Materials and Electrical & Computer Engineering professor Michael Naish has poured his love for suds into Storm Stayed Brewing Company with business partner, Justin Belanger.


New head of Sarnia-Lambton Research Park urges partnerships
Katherine Albion, PhD ’08, named head of Western Sarnia-Lambtion Research Park earlier this month, hopes to expand the park’s academic and industry partnerships in the region, as well as its collaboration with Western.

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