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‘Curiosity Shop’ at Congress helps generate discussions about research

‘Curiosity Shop’ at Congress helps generate discussions about research

A corps of Brock graduate students is volunteering at a Congress 2014 Expo booth called “The Curiosity Shop” to help generate a wide range of conversations about research.

Brock University part of online scavenger hunt to promote research

Brock University part of online scavenger hunt to promote research

Every weekday during February, Research Matters will be releasing a video “clue” through its Virtual Scavenger Hunt website that in turn will take amateur sleuths to the website of one of Ontario’s 21 universities.

Grad students contemplate most beautiful science experiments and literature

Grad students contemplate most beautiful science experiments and literature

Brock graduate students Jory Korobanik and Julia Polyck-O’Neill would agree with Plato - beauty lies in the eyes of the beholder.

Research Matters to be livestreamed at Alphie’s

Research Matters to be livestreamed at Alphie’s

Graduate students Julia Polyck-O’Neill and Jory Korobanik come from two different research and academic worlds.

Controlling neglected diseases: Brock researcher to speak at research series Nov. 26

Controlling neglected diseases: Brock researcher to speak at research series Nov. 26

Imagine living in a world where anytime someone was infected by a parasite it would make headline news globally.

Brock researcher to be part of Research Matters panel

Brock researcher to be part of Research Matters panel

For medical microbiologist Ana Sanchez, the day will come when parasite infections will be found only in the history books.

Panel discusses life in 2030

Panel discusses life in 2030

In 2030, North America will not only be energy independent but a net exporter of energy. We’ll be sipping local wines that once upon a time were produced somewhere else or not at all. And, if we continue living out of sync with the natural environment, we’ll be in big trouble.

Brock-hosted research panel to share vision of Life in 2030

Brock-hosted research panel to share vision of Life in 2030

In the Ontario vineyard of 2030, we’ll sip wines that were once the domain of far-away, exotic locations. Big business will set environmental and social policies. And consumers will choose how their energy is generated.

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