Western’s Richard Ivey School of Business recently received the inaugural Education Excellence Award from the Canada China Business Council (CCBC) for outstanding achievements in expanding Canada’s relationship with China through education, research, alumni relations and student/faculty exchanges.
Western Chemistry professor T.K. Sham describes it as “a new adventure” for not only Western, but for every researcher and student who will be able to work in this still-emerging field, thanks to this partnership.
Individuals affected by a breakout of E. coli O157:H7, such as the infamous Walkerton incident more than a decade ago, display no evidence of any increase in cardiovascular disease, which had originally been the thought, according to Western-led study.
Western researchers are partnering with a Toronto technology start-up in developing a low-cost radar sensor that will greatly benefit traditionally costly search-and-rescue efforts.