Media Releases Archives: January 2012
UofT and Western sign agreement with Access Copyright
January 30, 2012
The University of Toronto and Western University today announced that they have each reached an agreement with Access Copyright to allow their communities to reproduce copyright-protected materials in both print and digital formats.
Western draws from rich history with new visual identity
January 26, 2012
World-renowned research, game-changing teaching methods and a renewed emphasis on internationalization have propelled The University of Western Ontario to adopt a new visual identity for the 134-year-old destination for higher learning.
Understanding the ties between music, the brain and how we move
January 24, 2012
A unique laboratory at The University of Western Ontario will help researchers study timing, rhythm and movement by understanding how the brain processes music.
Western announces record-breaking gift to United Way of London and Middlesex
January 23, 2012
The University of Western Ontario announced today a record-breaking gift of $716,632 on behalf of its faculty, staff, retirees and students, making it the largest donation ever to the United Way of London & Middlesex.
Western to unveil record-breaking campus-wide donation to UnitedWay
January 20, 2012
The University of Western Ontario will announce its record-breaking campus-wide donation to the United Way of London & Middlesex on Monday, January 23.
Western Engineering professor develops sun-tracker for solar collectors
January 18, 2012
As solar farms surface across the countryside at an exponential rate, the push for harvesting greener energy has driven a researcher from The University of Western Ontario to figure out a way to maximize daylight hours.
Sport anti-doping, concrete toboggans and family-friendly films
January 16, 2012
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Western Researchers Lead Two Winning Teams in 2011 Digging intoData Challenge
January 3, 2012
Two teams led by researchers at The University of Western Ontario have won the second-annual Digging into Data Challenge and will use the power of computers to analyse complex information related to mummies and human rights abuses.