July 27, 2021
Western leads global project observing rare meteor showers and meteorite falls
Western-developed technique digitally irons out brain wrinkles for accurate insight on brain disorders
July 27, 2021
A new technique developed at Western University to digitally iron out the wrinkles and folds in one region of the brain may provide researchers a more accurate picture to understand brain disorders.
July 20, 2021
Prachi Srivastava, a global education professor in Western’s Faculty of Education and a co-author of the report, is available to media for comment.
July 19, 2021
With the Tokyo 2020 Olympics just days away, the following experts from Western University are available to media for comment.
July 14, 2021
Western University bioengineer and his international collaborators have found a novel use for snake venom: a body tissue ‘super glue’ that can stop life-threatening bleeding in seconds
July 12, 2021
New international study investigates relatively unregulated world of tattoo ink
Body of evidence: New international research offers insight on climate change impact on early humans’ size
July 8, 2021
When it comes to human prehistoric ancestors, where they lived had a direct impact on their body mass, but less…
June 28, 2021
Climate scientists like Western’s Gordon McBean have projected that the heatwave that previously occurred once every two decades will occur every three to five years by 2050. McBean is available to media for comment on Canada’s record breaking temperatures.
June 24, 2021
New climate change report led by Gordon McBean highlights next steps for Canadian communities post COVID-19. McBean is a long-standing contributor to the Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change, an organization that was jointly awarded the Nobel Peace Prize with Al Gore in 2007.
June 21, 2021
Western researcher leads collaborative project to document civil war memories. Surviving Memory, led by project director and Western professor Amanda Grzyb, is committed to documenting the Salvadoran civil war and preventing future violence through commemoration.