Can ultraviolet light help hospitals disinfect their supply of masks and gowns? CivMin’s Prof. Hofmann explains

As the COVID-19 pandemic continues to mount, hospitals are finding themselves short of masks, gowns, and other personal protective equipment (PPE). Some are doing what would previously have been unthinkable — disinfecting and reusing PPE. One way to do this is with ultraviolet (UV) light, which is already used to disinfect patient rooms and operating theatres…. Read more »

A first for CivMin: All-video PhD FOE

  With necessity being the root of invention during this time of a public health crisis, going fully digital for… Read more »

CivMin profs online: A new digital world

Just as students have had to adapt to new ways of learning, professors in the Deparment of Civil & Mineral… Read more »

Prof. Doug Hooton awarded Fellow of the Society with CSCE

  Prof. Doug Hooton has been elected to the grade of Fellow of the Society, with the Canadian Society for Civil Engineering… Read more »

Air filtration and COVID-19: Indoor air quality expert explains how to keep you and your building safe

Many Canadians are spending most of their time indoors as they practice self-isolation in a bid to reduce transmission of… Read more »

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