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Wilfrid Laurier University Office of Research Services
September 5, 2015
 
 
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Office of Research Services


The Office of Research Services supports the growth of research and scholarly activity at Laurier. Our goal is to assist researchers in obtaining the resources necessary for pursuing their research activities. The office provides assistance to faculty at all stages of applying for and administering research funding.

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A new columnar liquid crystal from Ken Maly's lab by polarized optical microscopy. #realtimechem A new columnar liquid crystal from Ken Maly's lab by polarized optical microscopy. #realtimechem
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Chemist Hind Al-Abadleh's research featured in Canadian Chemical News (September Issue) Chemist Hind Al-Abadleh's research featured in Canadian Chemical News (September Issue)
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Brantford Psychologist Danielle Law helps us understand cyberbullies Brantford Psychologist Danielle Law helps us understand cyberbullies
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Professor Karen Stote’s research reveals details of coercive sterilization of indigenous women in Canada in the 1970s Professor Karen Stote’s research reveals details of coercive sterilization of indigenous women in Canada in the 1970s
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Brantford Game Design Program Director Professor Scott Nicholson opens first Escape Game convention in Germany Brantford Game Design Program Director Professor Scott Nicholson opens first Escape Game convention in Germany
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Turmoil in China a symptom of outdated monetary policies says economist Siklos Turmoil in China a symptom of outdated monetary policies says economist Siklos
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Political Scientist Barry Kay points to election ridings that are too close to call Political Scientist Barry Kay points to election ridings that are too close to call
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Fleeing environmental woes: Robert McLeman studies how environmental events influence immigration to Canada Fleeing environmental woes: Robert McLeman studies how environmental events influence immigration to Canada
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Quantum physicist Shohini Ghose shares with us what we know about the origins of our universe Quantum physicist Shohini Ghose shares with us what we know about the origins of our universe
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Brantford Game Design Program Director Scott Nicholson is tracking escape games around the world Brantford Game Design Program Director Scott Nicholson is tracking escape games around the world
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