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November 24, 2015
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Sep 8/15 Chemist Hind Al-Abadleh's research featured in Canadian Chemical News (September Issue)   Headline
Sep 8/15 A new columnar liquid crystal from Ken Maly's lab by polarized optical microscopy. #realtimechem   Headline
Sep 7/15 Brantford Psychologist Danielle Law helps us understand cyberbullies   Headline
Sep 4/15 Brantford Game Design Program Director Professor Scott Nicholson opens first Escape Game convention in Germany   Headline
Sep 4/15 Professor Karen Stote’s research reveals details of coercive sterilization of indigenous women in Canada in the 1970s   Headline
Aug 31/15 Turmoil in China a symptom of outdated monetary policies says economist Siklos   Headline
Aug 19/15 Political Scientist Barry Kay points to election ridings that are too close to call   Headline
Aug 12/15 Fleeing environmental woes: Robert McLeman studies how environmental events influence immigration to Canada   Headline
Aug 10/15 Quantum physicist Shohini Ghose shares with us what we know about the origins of our universe   Headline
Aug 5/15 Brantford Game Design Program Director Scott Nicholson is tracking escape games around the world   Headline
Jul 29/15 Laurier researcher receives federal funding for innovative development of nanoscale composite materials   Headline
Jul 24/15 Visitors reported improvements in psychological well-being after spending time in parks, says Chris Lemieux   Headline
Jul 24/15 Laurier researcher wins prestigious Banting Discovery Award   Headline
Jul 14/15 Who benefits from Canada’s Universal Child Care benefit? asks Tammy Schirle   Headline
Jul 13/15 Renee McPhee co-Investigator on new Parademic Health Study   Headline
Jul 13/15 Brantford professor Stacey Hannem explores how to improve support services for sex workers in rural areas   Headline
Jul 10/15 Cinelli: Some balance issues persist even after the concussion symptoms have cleared   Headline
Jul 10/15 Civic engagement key to preserving human rights: R. Howard-Hassmann encourages volunteers on Mandela Day July 18   Headline
Jul 7/15 Stratford Festival's She Stoops to Conquer a mild form of Sex in the City says Eleanor Ty   Headline
Jul 3/15 Not involving Huronia Survivors early in design of arts centre would be a missed opportunity says Katherine Rossiter   Headline
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