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    March 16, 2017

    Queen's In The News Thursday, March 16, 2017

    Expert Faculty/Department Media Outlets
    Berg, Maggie
    • Arts and Science
    • English Language and Literature
    Inside Higher Education: Let’s Not Rush Into Disruptive Innovation
    Dr. Berg was referenced in an editorial on the need for universities not to force change too quickly.
    Cook, Douglas
    • Health Sciences
    • School of Medicine
    • Surgery
    • Division of Neurosurgery
    Ottawa Sun: Hard gloves increase punching power, says brain doctor
    Dr. Cook examined how tactical gloves with reinforced knuckles could lead to greater injury to an individual being struck by someone wearing them. The interview was part of an investigation into the case of an Ottawa police office charged with manslaughter. The accused allegedly was wearing reinforced tactical gloves, and the interview was aimed at examining whether such reinforcement could lead to greater injury and was worthy of an upgraded charge of assault with a weapon.
    Cormier, Alex
    • Arts and Science
    • Chemistry
    CKWS TV: UPDATE: 45-year-old father of 4 dies and investigation of massive 401 pile-up continues
    Mr. Cormier discusses fluorosilicic acid, the chemical spilt in Wednesday's tractor trailer accident on the 401. He was also interviewed by Station 14 on the same topic.
    Christian Leuprecht
    • Arts and Science
    • Political Studies
    Global TV National: Canadian arrested in 2014 Yahoo hack (4:40)
    CBC News Network: Canadian charged in Yahoo hack
    Dr. Leuprecht analyzed reports that a Canadian was arrested in connection with the 2014 Yahoo hack, which compromised over 500 million users' accounts.

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