Carolyn Cadogan, a PhD student in Physics at Western University, is shining light on science, in the laboratory and in the community.
Biologist Robert Cumming says the current state of Alzheimer’s research is like that koan where the person loses their keys in a dark street. They only search in the radius of the street lamp, where it’s easy to see, but the keys are sitting just outside the pool of light.
In a Gulf Today interview, Daniel Hart (BSc’04) tells how he has adapted the Middle east real estate sector to new technology in their day-to-day business activities.
Canadian Light Source E-News - Industrial science student's award-winning poster - Western University student and CLS industrial science researcher, Thasan Kandasamy, presented the second-prize-winning poster at the 2015 Student Minerals Colloquium
CTV News London - Hack Western brings together bright minds, tech companies - About 370 students from across the province are taking part in a unique event at Western University that challenges students to use technology in an innovative way.
London Free Press - Western holds marathon hack session - They’re calling it a workshop of epic proportions. Students from all over Ontario and Quebec will come together for 36 straight hours of hacking at Western University. Think 300 students from nearly a dozen schools, trying to build a mobile, web or hardware project from scratch.
Toronto Sustainability Speaker Series - Congratulations to Canada’s Top 30 under 30 Sustainability Trailblazers - Since earning her Masters in Environment and Sustainability from the University of Western Ontario, Andrea has built her young career around supporting socially and environmentally responsible business practices.
Western News - Novel power source may take flight soon - The beating of a bird’s wings may soon be all the power Western Biology professor Chris Guglielmo needs to generate limitless data on his feathered friends.
Zine Report - Research Provided Grounds to Prove the Origin of Australian Craters - A study published in Tectonophysics, this month revealed that the scientists have several kinds of evidence suggesting the Australian craters were formed during one or two meteorite smash.
The Londoner - Canadian scholars back national carbon tax - An eclectic group of over 60 Canadian scholars (including two from Western University) have made an argument for a national carbon tax in a policy paper they hope will raise the profile of a major environmental issue ahead of October’s federal election
Nature - Hints of huge buried impact craters reported in Australia - Controversial idea suggests traces of a meteorite blast may exist kilometres below the surface.
Phys.Org - Mercury pollution danger for arctic ivory gulls - A paper in Proceedings of the Royal Society B today says that mercury levels in arctic ivory gulls have risen almost 50 fold over the last 130 years. Scientists think this increase in mercury pollutants could be to blame for plummeting population figures.