As a space-faring nation, Canada could figure prominently in the emerging space resources domain.
Up to 400 positions available, including 300 undergraduate research internships
New research is helping understand how many Canadians go missing, and why.
With the lack of global equitable access to vaccines, is there a level playing field for nations competing in the Olympics?
Group will advise and support Western’s future associate vice-president of equity, diversity and inclusion
Schulich launches MD+, a new track allowing medical students to pursue a master’s degree or certificate in a wide variety of subjects.
A team of Western scientists and clinicians is combining powerful brain imaging tools with Alzheimer’s and epilepsy expertise to better understand the effects of COVID-19 on the brain.
New pilot program helps graduates from the Faculty of Social Science with future employment by creating 12-month, full-time, paid apprenticeship positions.
Western’s Denis Vida helped guide recovery of an extremely rare meteorite this week using Global Meteor Network, a world-wide camera collaboration he coordinates.
MRIs show subtle changes in the brains of patients with early-onset dementia, a finding that could lead to treatments for emotional processing deficits.
New research from Western and the University of Minnesota shows plants grow smaller, shorter and more resistant to drought in response to a rise in vapor pressure deficit.
Artists respond to the wind, and the work of Northern Tornadoes Project
The movement’s global influence has received limited and sparse research, a Western-led review has found.
Researchers have developed a device to keep blood flowing to the heart and the brain in fast, simple and safe way following traumatic injury.
Political science major Eunice Oladejo advocates for clean water, climate action and zero poverty
The alumnus and former Western fundraiser brings deep experience in the postsecondary and healthcare sectors.
SizeWize platform generates happy customers and revenue for clothing retailers.
The sports journalist ‘spent his career energizing racist sports journalism.’
Western alumnus Raymond Francis serves as an engineer on NASA’s science operations team for the Perseverance rover, which is set to land in Jezero crater on Mars.
Western has been named among Canada’s 50 best employers, based on an independent ranking conducted for Forbes.