Take the opportunity to explore Western on March 8, 2014. View this pdf to see scheduled events in Science and Medical Sciences as well as maps to help guide you.
Renowned Western planetary cartographer Philip Stooke has received high praise for his Mars atlas by the American Library Association’s Choice Reviews magazine.
Metchev told Quirks and Quarks that brown dwarfs are home to extreme storms, featuring winds of hundreds or thousands of kilometres per hour.
Dr. Mike Katchabaw talked about Western's Computer Gaming Program on Daytime London.
Dr. Liana Zanette explains breakthrough research on how intimidation changes the ecosystem on BBC World Service program The Forum.
Dr. Jeremy McNeil talked about how damp weather affects the sex life of insects on Quirks and Quarks on October 19. Listen to the clip here.
Western astronomer Dr. Jan Cami was featured on the show Daytime London talking about International Observe the Moon Night.
Western Science Academic Counselling has unveiled the Vector newsletter to send students in the right direction concerning academic updates and information.
The CBC News featured a story about Gord Osinski leading a field camp teaching astronauts about crater geology in the High Arctic .
Joseph Stinziano is the recipient of the prestigious Julie Payette Research Scholarship.
The Departments of Biology, Chemistry, Earth Sciences, and Physics & Astronomy will soon see the addition of a total of six new faculty.
On June 6, Canadian Journalists for Free Expression presents Canadian Science in Crisis: Research, Responsibility and the Right to Speak featuring climatologist Dr. Gordon McBean in conversation with Anna Maria Tremonti.
A recent broadcast of Western Revealed featured CSA astronaut Jeremy Hansen and his connection to Western.
The Faculty of Science is proud of the dedication and hard work of the recipients of the Graduate Student Teaching Assistant Awards.
Animations produced at Western present different vantage points of the Russian meteor collision.
He and his colleagues are working on creating and analyzing the properties of a water-repellent material. See his presentation here.
Fifteen students took the opportunity to present their findings to their peers in chemistry.
The annual event gives biology undergraduate students a chance to present their findings to their peers from across the province.
Gordon McBean brought the issue of the economic costs associated with climate change into focus on the CBC's “The Current”.
IBM and Western University hosted the four day Data Analytics Problem Solving (DAPS) Trophy competition on campus.
Mark Daley was part of a team who won top prize in the Hackathon at the annual meeting of the Organization for Human Brain Mapping last week.
Giovanni Fanchini has received the Western University's Petro-Canada Young Innovator Award for 2013-2014.
In this video, Mark Aboud speaks about his path from graduating with a Western computer science degree to Managing Director of SAP Canada and then giving back.
At TEDx WesternU, Rob Stewart, Writer, Producer, and Director, shares his compelling passion for animals, wildlife, and humanity in this talk.