Professor Joy MacDermid and fellow Bone and Joint Institute collaborators recognized by Arthritis Society
Study shows the measles virus can potentially compromise the body’s ability to fight other infections.
2020 at Western will forever be known as a watershed.
Every faculty at Western brought some new research insight to the fight against the COVID-19 pandemic.
Turns out, relationship success has little to do with your personal awesomeness, and even less to do with fairy-tale love potions and Puccini arias.
This was a year of quirky critter news in international headlines, from ancient beavers to murder hornets.
The Trans PULSE Canada survey shows many trans and non-binary Canadians avoid seeking health care because of a fear of discrimination.
Lisa Saksida, co-director of BrainsCAN, has been named one of Canada’s WXN Top 100, a recognition of women who advocate for workforce diversity and inspire tomorrow’s leaders.
For some Music faculty, the considerable challenges of conducting research during a pandemic have also been accompanied by unexpected opportunities.
Men, non-immigrants, younger adults and people living in rural areas are the Canadians most likely to resist COVID-19 safety measures, according to a Western analysis.
Western astronomy student Cole Gregg spotted a previously undiscovered asteroid flashing through the night sky.
It can take just pennies a day to motivate people to exercise more, and they will step up their efforts when teamed with a buddy to collect joint rewards, a Western University study shows.
A Western team has helped identify personality traits astronaut crews need to get along during a long mission to Mars.
A first-ever health study of trans and non-binary Canadians of colour showed almost one-quarter of them experienced physical violence in the past five years.
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.
Impact craters on Saturn’s largest moon have exposed ‘water ice’ from Titan’s crust – ingredients for life – a study co-led at Western reveals.
A pair of Western engineers – both curling competitors – has helped explain the science behind an international sweeping debate dubbed Broomgate.
Researchers looking to develop green technologies, understand consumer decision-making and improve learning outcomes for children with autism are among those benefiting from new federal funding.
Sparrows show increased stress when exposed to more numerous and more severe winter storms, says a Western study that tested the songbirds’ resilience to the effects of climate change.
Vaping among teenaged Canadians has doubled in the past two years – a troubling trend that three Western researchers will examine in depth with new funding from the CIHR.