Engineering Gets Clean Room

(WINDSOR, ON) – Students will soon have a new state-of-the-art facility to help them study aerospace manufacturing and engineering in Windsor.

A new ‘clean room’ at the University of Windsor’s new Centre of Engineering Innovation will provide space for students to learn and conduct groundbreaking research. A ‘clean room’ is a specialized facility with an atmosphere-control system that regulates the temperature, humidity and level of contaminants to the exact standards needed for aerospace manufacturing and for scientific research.

Investing in Ontario’s roads, highways, transit, hospitals and schools is part of the Ontario government’s plan to create jobs, grow local economies and ensure the province remains strong and competitive for years to come.

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