Less than a year after opening, Western’s ImPaKT lab is helping industry partners test the anti-viral properties of their products to protect consumers from COVID-19.
In the history of computational art in Canada, a group of forward-thinking artists and technicians at Western played a starring role.
Western is clearing a pathway for people who have historically faced social and economic barriers, with a new scholarship program for graduate students who are Indigenous or living with disabilities.
Ajani Charles stands among the world’s noted photographers but his artistry is a tool for mental health advocacy he learned while a student at Western.
Education professor Prachi Srivastava has launched an interactive dashboard tool that reports and maps school-related cases of COVID-19 in publicly funded elementary and secondary schools.
A physician epidemiologist identifies what it would take for a defined-time lockdown to work in halting the spread of COVID-19.
An alumna’s book detailing one of Canada’s great, previously untold business philanthropy stories has won a major award book.
Dr. Qingping Feng is tantalizingly close to learning whether the sepsis treatment he has worked on for more than two decades will ultimately help save millions of lives.
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With one-third of Canadian deaths each year the result of a heart attack or stroke, Dr. Robert Hegele is daring to ask how we can use DNA technology to improve these odds. By identifying genetic risk factors, he is making it possible to intervene earlier in life.
Can we use DNA technology to improve lives?
Western stories of hope, research, and community during the Coronavirus pandemic.