Queen’s University School of Graduate Studies: Mary Chaktsiris & the Curiosity Cruiser
July 16, 2014During the Renaissance, wealthy collectors housed strange and remarkable objects in what came to be called “cabinets of curiosity.”
Scary scans make smokers stop smoking: new Brock research
May 29, 2014Smokers, take note. There’s an image that could alarm even the hardest core into giving up the vice for good.
The Brock News: Brock and other scientists discover plankton believed to be extinct
May 12, 2014Life after death - one million years later. Brock University geologist Martin Head and a team of international researchers have discovered a living plankton species that scientists had thought was extinct for the past million years.
The Brock News: Can-Flip gymnastics program focuses on youth with Cerebral Palsy
May 2, 2014
When children’s gymnastics coach Olivia Cook was in secondary school, a young girl came to Cook’s club looking to enroll in a gymnastics program. The club hesitated - it couldn’t guarantee the safety of the child due to her disabilities. Cook was deeply moved.
Event: York U’s Glendon campus serves as host for the Canada Prizes Award Ceremony May 7
May 2, 2014Two books authored by individuals with connections to York University are among a group of scholarly works by Canadian academics that are in the running for a prestigious Canada Prize.
The Windsor Star: Windsor’s big answer to extra electricity: store it underwater
April 14, 2014The problem with electricity is if you don’t use it right away it goes to waste, which makes renewable energy tricky. Enter two plugged-in University of Windsor engineers who have developed a way to store energy underwater. http://blogs.windsorstar.com/2014/04/13/windsors-big-answer-to-extra-electricity-store-it-underwater/