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August 2, 2016

Queen's In The News Tuesday, August 2, 2016

Expert Faculty/Department Media Outlets
Collins, Jeffrey
  • History
Wall St. Journal : Review: The Last Royal Rebel
Professor Collins authored a review of The Last Royal Rebel - Anna Keay's latest work on the ‘Protestant Prince’ The Duke of Monmouth. The illegitimate son of Charles II, heled the famous rebellion in 1685 against the Catholic King of England, James II.
Petrof, Elaine
  • School of Medicine
  • Division of Infectious Diseases
The Atlantic: Sham Poo washes out.
Examining the implications of clinical trial failure of bacterial pill that attempted to duplicate the benefits of a fecal transplant. Dr. Petrof has, herself, designed a similar treatment to deliver the necessary microbes in precise mixtures, which they call RePOOPulate.
Pukall, Caroline
  • Psychology
Stat: Where does the female orgasm come from? Scientists think they know
Psychology prof Caroline Pukall examines a recent study, published in the Journal of Experimental Zoology, examining the origins of the female orgasm.
Schuklenk, Udo
  • Philosophy
National Post: Mount Sinai Hospital’s refusal to eliminate one fetus from twin pregnancy triggers human rights battle
Dr. Schuklenk discusses the case of a Toronto woman who has filed a human rights complaint against Mount Sinai Hospital for refusing to perform a "selective reduction," Dr. Schuklenk argues that the physicians had no grounds to deny the request.
Andrew, John S
  • Smith School of Business
  • Geography and Planning
Ottawa Citizen: Plenty of factors keep Ottawa housing market out of the bubble
Dr. Andrew presents the argument against Ottawa experiencing a "housing bubble."
Casselman, John
  • Biology
Brockville Recorder & Times
Eel project goes indoors; Queen's University team researching locally into American Eels showcases to youngsters

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