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Food Science Innovation Featured in Washington Post

The research of Prof. Keith Warriner, Department of Food Science, features prominently in a Washington Post article about steps produce growers are taking to combat food-borne illness outbreaks. The article looked at a technology that Warriner helped develop that uses ultraviolet light and hydrogen peroxide to sanitize produce. The “advanced oxidative process” technology has been …

U of G Cat Weight Research Featured on CBC

Researchers from U of G’s Ontario Veterinary College appeared on CBC Television and CBC Radio Thursday to discuss their latest findings about how much weight cats gain as they age. Prof. Theresa Bernardo, the IDEXX Chair in Emerging Technologies and Bond-Centered Animal Healthcare, and study lead author Adam Campigotto spoke to several CBC Radio stations …

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U of G Ant Discovery Makes Headlines

U of G researchers working in a New Brunswick conservation area have discovered a rare variety of ant that’s known for “enslaving” other ant species. The discovery was covered by The Canadian Press, with articles appearing in several publications, including The Globe and Mail, CTVNews.ca and GlobalNews.ca. CBC New Brunswick also featured the discovery, both …