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Food Science Experts Can Discuss Salmonella

The University of Guelph has food science experts who can discuss the latest nationwide food recall due to salmonella. Compliments-brand chicken strips are being recalled following an outbreak of salmonellosis, the Canadian Food Inspection Agency recently announced. It’s just the latest recall involving contaminated frozen breaded chicken products, which have sickened hundreds of Canadians in …

U of G Physics Club Attempts Guinness World Record

The University of Guelph’s Department of Physics bubbled up a whole lot of attention on May 9, when the Physics and Astronomy Club attempted to set a new Guinness World Record for the largest “elephant’s toothpaste” ever made. The official word from the Guinness World Records team is still not in, but it looks like …

U of G’s Mother’s Day Experts 

To commemorate Mother’s Day on Sunday, May 12,  the University of Guelph offers the expertise of the following researchers in parenting, work-life balance and the health issues of motherhood. They are available for media interviews. Leanne Son-Hing Department of Psychology Email: sonhing@uoguelph.ca Phone: 519-824-4120, Ext. 54475 Son-Hing has researched the so-called “mommy penalty” that many women face in their careers every …

Prof. Keith Warriner

Food Safety Expert Discusses E. Coli with CTV News

University of Guelph food safety expert Prof. Keith Warriner spoke to CTV National News about the recurring problem of E. coli outbreaks in fresh produce. Warriner was commenting on the E. coli outbreaks of the summer and fall of 2018 that led to the hospitalizations of several Canadians. A two-year-old from Stirling, Ont. died during the …