Three ethical arguments in support of mandatory vaccinations for children
Western and Bishop’s team receives $1.1 million from Canadian Space Agency
A team led by postdoctoral researcher Jordan Mansell has received a Grand Challenges for Human Flourishing award to study how emotions influence prejudice.
Hellmuth Prizes recognize the impact of Ivey researcher in business sustainability and Schulich Medicine kidney scientist.
Archival evidence shows how the recording industry in the United States routinely underpaid African American artists since the early 20th century.
Professor emeritus Slobodan Simonovic studies flood risk and prevention
Death count soars during the second wave of COVID-19 in India
In ‘The Third Man,’ Neville Thompson draws on Canadian PM’s diaries to illuminate his friendships with Churchill and Roosevelt
Ontario study by Western and Lawson researchers shows children born in Sarnia at higher risk
Life expectancy, birth rates and immigration are all significantly impacted
Inside ImPaKT, Western’s world-class biocontainment level 3 facility
The Pathology and Laboratory Medicine (PaLM) clinical labs support seven public health units, including hospitals and long-term care facilities, from Owen Sound to Windsor
The gift supports researchers translating data-driven insights into tools Canadians can use to improve their financial resilience
How sex and intimacy coaching can help bring people closer together
Cambridge Brain Sciences now a leading provider of web-based cognitive function assessments
Western Meteor Group contributes to international study of important asteroid recovered in Botswana.
Corrosion continues to cause major health and infrastructure problems worldwide. To bring attention to the issues, the World Corrosion Organization acknowledges April 24, 2021 as Corrosion Awareness Day.
While multiracial children born to cohabiting parents are more likely than their single-race counterparts to experience family instability, that increased risk does not exist for multiracial children born to married parents, according to new research.
The Early Childhood Pedagogies Collaboratory outlines what’s possible in early childhood education beyond safe and affordable care for children
If countries want to solve the problem of vaccine equity they should stop seeing COVAX as the solution.