Brock Media Clips for Friday, Sept. 27

Here’s a look at some of the media attention Brock University received recently.

Rec centre bans kids from the hot tub over fears of overheating. Here’s what I learned about the science: Kinesiology Professor Bereket Falk spoke about children’s ability to cope effectively in warmer environments such as hot tubs and saunas in a Washington Post article.

Winemaking in the Nordics, a world away from French Chateau Luxe: An International Business Times article about the Scandinavian wine industry included a quote from Professor of Biological Sciences/Viticulture Andrew Reynolds, who said wines from the region’s novice growers were already of an acceptable quality.

Why B.C. cannabis sales have struggled to pick up: In a Globe and Mail article, Associate Professor of Operations Research Michael Armstrong discussed British Columbia’s below-average legal cannabis market, which he said was directly related to long-established black market sales in the province. Armstrong also spoke about proposed Green Party changes to cannabis restrictions in a Global News article.

Brock students revel in harvest with grape stomp: A photo gallery of Brock’s annual Grape Stomp event, which saw students stomp, throw and slide through a metric tonne of the locally grown fruit on Friday, Sept. 20, was featured in Niagara This Week.

 If you know of an appearance or story about a Brock faculty member, student, athlete or alumni, please drop us a line with a link to the story at universitycom@brocku.ca


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