A University of Guelph-led project may make contact tracing technology more accurate, helping to curb the spread of COVID-19.
City dwellers are nearly twice as likely to be bitten by a dog than people living in the country, and most of those bites involve an unleashed dog
Women and girls with disabilities face the highest rates of poverty and gender-based violence in the world, a problem believed to have worsened during the COVID-19 pandemic.
Rising temperatures from climate change and increased urbanization mean city residents will experience more extreme heat in the future, but how much more?
U of G researchers aim to test waste water to detect levels of the SARS-CoV-2 virus – released in human feces – from student residences. Detecting higher levels of the virus in the sewer system may help prevent outbreaks on university campuses, says food science professor Lawrence Goodridge.
The mottled duskywing butterfly has nearly vanished from Ontario, but University of Guelph biologists hope to help restore the endangered species.
Researchers are identifying organisms to gauge the health status of waterways in areas where Indigenous peoples have lived for generations.
A University of Guelph innovation is now being used to sanitize personal protective equipment for safe reuse.
Parenting stress influenced mothers and fathers differently in regard to children’s screen time.
Early learning centres are where kids often go to learn and play, but they’re also where kids can pick up illness. Now, a University of Guelph team has begun a research project to try to determine the best ways to prevent these infections using mathematical modelling. “This project really began from my frustration as a