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Researchers turning to colleagues in other disciplines to further work

Researchers turning to colleagues in other disciplines to further work

Pity the poor British. The Charge of the Light Brigade, a battle that occurred in 1854 during the Crimean War, was supposed to have been directed against retreating Russian artillery.

Researchers share publishing and time-management tips

Researchers share publishing and time-management tips

To most people, publishing five books in one year would be an unattainable goal, overwhelming to say the least.

Physics grad student wins Vanier Scholarship

Physics grad student wins Vanier Scholarship

Graduate student Michelle Przedborski is fascinated by superconductors.

Graduate students land funding for bone and muscle health research

Graduate students land funding for bone and muscle health research

Two graduate students involved in health and nutrition research have received funding from the Canadian Institutes for Health Research (CIHR).

Rec and Leisure prof partners on reflective journaling book for educators

Rec and Leisure prof partners on reflective journaling book for educators

It’s something Tim O’Connell and Janet Dyment have been reflecting on for years.

Brock prof creates award-winning role-playing game

Brock prof creates award-winning role-playing game

It may seem like fun and games, but for Greg Gillespie, it’s serious work.

Prof publishes book about “Olympics of pop songs”

Prof publishes book about “Olympics of pop songs”

For Prof. Karen Fricker, studying theatre and performance doesn’t just mean watching and thinking about plays. For nearly the last decade, it has also meant attending “Europe’s favourite TV show.”

Chemist takes silicones in green direction

Chemist takes silicones in green direction

A thick, juicy steak and household caulking didn’t have much in common until organic chemist Paul Zelisko came up with a potentially game-changing process in silicone-based polymer production.

PhD student studies what motivates women to work out

PhD student studies what motivates women to work out

Lindsay Cline is a PhD student in Faculty of Applied Health Sciences, who is examining the effect that body image has on women’s motivation to engage in regular physical activity.

Prof’s research aims to put the environment back in education

Prof’s research aims to put the environment back in education

For years Mary Breunig has been leading off her research papers with the statement, “As we pass the midpoint of the United Nations’ Decade of Education for Sustainable Development (2005-2014), where are we?”

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