Brock in the News — July 22-28

Can Project Debug work in Canada?

While a U.S. tech company prepares to release 20 million male mosquitoes injected with a bacteria that prevents female mosquitos from producing healthy eggs, Canada’s leading mosquito expert, Professor Fiona Hunter, explains why this project wouldn’t work on Canadian soil: CHCH News, Global News

Respond to mental health issues

St. Catharines Standard speaks with Brian Hutchings, Vice-president, Administration, to learn more about how Brock is being proactive when it comes to the mental health and well-being of students, staff and faculty.

Research to keep miners cool at extreme depths

When working in the world’s deepest mines, Professor Stephen Cheung says its crucial to keep miners cool. Cheung shares his research in developing a cooling suit to protect workers as they reach high temperatures.

Youth centre aids troubled teens

Brock student Joel Maves is making it his prime objective to help troubled youth by providing them support through community service opportunities and practical experience.

Grey Cup makes its way to campus

Larry Dean and Luke Tasker of the Hamilton Tiger-Cats joined Brock Sports this week as part of the youth flag football league that takes place on campus.

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