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‘The Great Resignation’ and the worker’s power in the workplace: Expert available to comment

January 20, 2022

The notion of the “Great Resignation” has been a popular topic in media, and is the idea that workers are…

How will vaccine mandates for truckers affect a fragile supply chain? Expert available to comment

January 13, 2022

As Canada and the United States finalize vaccine policies for truckers the effect of the potential mandates on already fragile…

The West and Russia are playing two different games: Expert available to comment on Ukraine-Russian relations

January 12, 2022

Tensions are high as NATO and other Western Allies meet this week with Russian officials in an attempt to avoid…

Genetics could be key to curbing obesity

January 11, 2022

Researchers discovered deleting a specific gene in male mice results in a reduction in fat and an increase in muscle…

Mandatory vaccination is about ethics, not just science

January 10, 2022

Bioethics expert Maxwell Smith believes the decision to implement mandatory vaccinations will rest largely on whether they can be ethically justified.

Learning loss expert available to comment on school closures

January 7, 2022

Canada Research Chair in Neuroscience & Learning Disorders says the true cost of the pandemic on children’s learning may only be evident in years to come.

Latin American politics expert available to comment on new Chilean president

December 20, 2021

Verónica Schild, an expert in Latin American politics from Western University, is available to media for comment the new Chilean president.

Novel approach to COVID-19 vaccine shows early promise

December 20, 2021

A Western University team’s novel approach to developing a COVID-19 vaccine shows promise in inducing a robust immune response, early…

Workers welcome shortened work week, research study finds

December 16, 2021

Western-led study finds flexibility, work/life balance as key benefits to four-day work week.

Predicting recovery of mercury-contaminated fish populations

December 15, 2021

Biology professor Brian Branfireun was part of a 15-year study, which shows how curbing pollution can have immediate benefits to the environment.