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May 25, 2016

Queen's In The News Wednesday, May 25, 2016

Expert Faculty/Department Media Outlets
Pegley, Kip
  • Dan School of Drama and Music
CTV National Network News: The Tragically Hip "part of Canada's DNA."
In the wake of Gord Downie's cancer diagnosis, Kip Pegley was on CTV News discussing the significance of The Tragically Hip on Canadian music and pop-culture.
Cook, Douglas
  • Surgery
CTV National Network News: Explaining why glioblastoma is so difficult to treat.
Dr. Douglas Cook was on CTV News discussing how glioblastoma is discovered in patients, and why it can be so difficult to treat.
Davies, Peter CBC Radio: Health Canada approves genetically modified salmon for consumption in Canada
Health Canada has approved a genetically modified salmon for consumption in Canada, following approval by the regulator in the United States a few months ago. Many Canadian scientists were involved in the development of the AquAdvantage salmon over the decades, including Peter Davies at Queen's University.
Bray, Carl
Kingston Whig-Standard: Debate over Wellington Street extension to renew.
Professor Carl Bray weighs in on the ongoing debate in Kingston over the Wellington Street extension, including one proposal from Queen's urban planning students.
Christian Leuprecht
  • Political Studies
CBC Radio
Discussing the public consultations on defence policy on CBC Radio Saskatchewan.

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