Glitchy screens, ‘cat lawyers’ and hot mics are just a few of the challenges with virtual court proceedings during the pandemic.
As a space-faring nation, Canada could figure prominently in the emerging space resources domain.
New findings suggest that certain types of sitting are better for you, while other types should be reduced.
Project Lightbulb will vie for $30,000 at global finals this summer
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?
Through the Ivey Community Consulting Project (CCP), Ivey’s HBA students offer pro-bono consulting to non-profit organizations.
A mix of space flight and medical applications research, researchers are perfecting artificial intelligence-enhanced methods for 3D printing in space.
Schulich launches MD+, a new track allowing medical students to pursue a master’s degree or certificate in a wide variety of subjects.
Western study shows that we need ‘immediate and inclusive policies’ to address the impacts of climate change on rural migrant farmers
From chamber music to chart-topping global sensations, five Western community members are up for awards in upcoming 50th anniversary celebration of Canadian music.
New pilot program helps graduates from the Faculty of Social Science with future employment by creating 12-month, full-time, paid apprenticeship positions.
Mental health and wellness professor and registered psychotherapist Marnie Wedlake says we should be wary of quick fixes that promise to remedy our human suffering.
Taking home-grown research to the international market
The movement’s global influence has received limited and sparse research, a Western-led review has found.
Nineteen Western students recently participated in a global, experiential learning program where they developed solutions for real-world sustainability problems.
The sports journalist ‘spent his career energizing racist sports journalism.’
A new competition for Western students is designed to create an augmented-reality version of London locales, with an environmental twist.
Researchers’ assessments of gait variability identified Alzheimer’s disease with 70-per-cent accuracy.
Scholars from West Africa and Western University will study how to nurture sustainable livelihoods in Ghana, Benin, Liberia, Senegal and Nigeria.