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    December 7, 2015

    Queen's In The News Monday, December 7, 2015

    Expert Faculty/Department Media Outlets
    Casselman, John
    • Biology
    Discussing new research on eel migration and spawning.
    Banting, Keith
    • School of Policy Studies
    Trudeau agenda stands out for length and ambition.
    Smol, John
    • Biology
    With continued climate change, “it will be a different world, one that we will have trouble recognizing,”
    Boulay, Mark
    • Physics, Engineering Physics and Astronomy
    DEAP experiment “pushing right at the edge of technical capabilities of different scientific techniques,”
    Wong, Kenneth
    • Smith School of Business
    • Toronto Star
    Cereal makers have to look beyond breakfast to gain market share.
    Lahey, Kathleen
    • Law
    Extended parental leave detrimental to gender equality.
    Mabee, Warren
    • School of Policy Studies
    • CBC Radio
    Discussing carbon capture and storage.
    Murakami Wood, David
    • Sociology
    NSA's shuttered program was 'a sacrificial lamb' in U.S. mass surveillance
    Chivers, Meredith
    • Psychology
    Heterosexual women have more diverse patterns of sexual response than previously reported, on Science20.com and the Indian Express.

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