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Gordon Hodson explores dehumanization

Gordon Hodson explores dehumanization

Professor Gordon Hodson wants to find out why some people see others as “less than human.”

Participants needed for wine studies on campus

Participants needed for wine studies on campus

Are you a Brock employee and interested in participating in wine consumer studies on campus?

Children in JK and SK at different stages of development: Brock researcher

Children in JK and SK at different stages of development: Brock researcher

Most four-year-olds in Ontario will be starting a journey that hopefully will continue for many years to come: full-time school.

Brock research compares well-being in young and older populations

Brock research compares well-being in young and older populations

Stress. Just hearing the word sends a jolt through us as we scramble to meet deadlines, pay the bills and face a host of other challenges.

Brock researchers develop new method to detect dishonesty in police interviews

Brock researchers develop new method to detect dishonesty in police interviews

Have you ever wondered how law enforcement officers on television always seem to know which suspects are telling the truth and which ones are being deceitful? Unfortunately in reality, it’s not quite as easy or accurate as it may look on the screen.

Fond farewell planned for Kevin Kee

Fond farewell planned for Kevin Kee

Celebrate Kevin Kee’s many contributions to Brock University and wish him well in his new position at a farewell celebration next week.

New research examining healthcare issues for minority language communities

New research examining healthcare issues for minority language communities

A new research study by Brock University nursing students is looking for French-speaking students to volunteer their time.

Brock researchers receive NSERC grants and scholarships

Brock researchers receive NSERC grants and scholarships

A product of Vitamin A metabolism, retinoic acid, has long been known to aid the development of nerve cells, which are cells that process and transmit information in the brain through electrical and chemical signals.

Restructuring FedNor will better serve Northern Ontario: Brock-authored report

Restructuring FedNor will better serve Northern Ontario: Brock-authored report

New research calls for the federal government to restructure its Northern Ontario economic development organization FedNor to better meet the needs of local communities.

NSERC consultations coming to Brock June 11

NSERC consultations coming to Brock June 11

The Natural Sciences and Engineering Research Council (NSERC) is coming to Brock University Thursday, June 11 as part of its third annual round of community engagement visits to provide researchers, students and other stakeholders an opportunity to learn more about some recent program and policy developments.

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