A new international collaborative study describes how an image stacking technique known as ‘digital tracking’ can be used to discover large numbers of new asteroids that are too difficult to detect using traditional methods.
Toronto Olympic Bid: Western’s Janice Forsyth blogs for Huffington Post CanadaAugust 27, 2015
Janice Forsyth, Assistant Professor and former Director of the International Centre for Olympic Studies in the Faculty of Health Sciences at Western University, is now blogging for Huffington Post Canada….
Western University sends first-year medical students into rural and regional communities for the first day of schoolAugust 25, 2015
Before 171 first-year medical students take their seats at Western University’s Schulich School of Medicine & Dentistry this fall, they will have the chance to learn from health care providers…
Schulich School of Medicine & Dentistry welcomes 250 students to its first combined White Coat CeremonyAugust 24, 2015
Western University’s 19th White Coat Ceremony has a special significance for the Habib family of Oakville. On August 25, 2015, siblings, Eric, Medicine Class of 2019, and Dora, Dentistry Class…
Western University researcher plays key role in planetary discoveryAugust 13, 2015
The first planet detected by the Gemini Planet Imager is 100 light years away but shares many of the characteristics of an early Jupiter. The out-of-this-world discovery, which generated international…
Our Lady Peace to headline evening concert at Western HomecomingAugust 13, 2015
‘Ordinary’s just not good enough’ so extraordinary Canadian rock band Our Lady Peace will perform as part of Western University’s Homecoming 2015 festivities. This year, Western is teaming up with…
NHLPA gift to support concussion research announced at See the LineAugust 12, 2015
Western University announced today that the National Hockey League Players’ Association (NHLPA) is making a challenge gift of $500,000 to support concussion research at Western.
International study shows ‘less happy’ new parents end up having smaller familiesAugust 6, 2015
A new study by Western University and the Max Planck Institute for Demographic Research (MPIDR) shows couples who feel ‘less happy’ in the year following the birth of their first…
Western researcher says new approach to youth criminal rehabilitation neededAugust 4, 2015
Punishment and deterrence are often believed to be the most effective means of reducing youth crime and improving community safety, but Western University psychologist Alan Leschied says the reality is…
New program at Western developing specialized magnetic resonance imaging systems receives CFI fundingJuly 29, 2015
Most hospitals house a centrally located, multi-use, full-body magnetic resonance imaging (MRI) scanner used to diagnose various ailments – from knee injuries, to cancer, to traumatic brain injury.
Western researchers receive more than $23.5 million in grants from CIHRJuly 28, 2015
Four Western University researchers received grants totalling $9.9 million over seven years from the inaugural Canadian Institutes of Health Research (CIHR) Foundation Grant. Each is studying factors which may lead…
DVBBS to headline one of two major concerts at Western HomecomingJuly 27, 2015
As part of Homecoming 2015 festivities, Western is teaming with University Students’ Council (USC), PremierLife and Western Alumni to launch #HOCOonthehill – a full day of programming on Saturday, September 26 that starts at 9 a.m. with an electronic dance concert headlined by DVBBS.
M. Karen Campbell appointed Western’s Vice-Provost (Academic Planning, Policy & Faculty)July 14, 2015
M. Karen Campbell has been appointed to a four-year term as Vice-Provost (Academic Planning, Policy & Faculty) effective July 1, 2016, and ending June 30, 2020.
Western University researchers measure beauty in art using ‘big data’July 8, 2015
The connection between proportions of the human face and perceived attractiveness have long captured the attention and fascination of scientists and artists alike.
Robarts Research Institute awards the J. Allyn Taylor International Prize in Medicine to renowned cancer imaging researcher from Stanford UniversityJuly 8, 2015
Sanjiv S. Gambhir, MD, PhD, internationally-renowned cancer imaging researcher from Stanford University, is the recipient of the 2015 J. Allyn Taylor International Prize in Medicine.