Queen's in the News: January 14, 2012
Roel Vertegaal (School of Computing) – Flexible, bendable computer laptop called the PaperTab may revolutionize tablet computing, in Cape Argus (South Africa), Reason.com and several other websites.
Aneesh Tarun (School of Computing PhD student) – Flexible, bendable computer laptop called the PaperTab may revolutionize tablet computing, on Reuters TV.
Martin Hand (Sociology) – Is the Internet making people bad spellers, in the International Business Times.
John Andrew (School of Urban and Regional Planning, School of Business) – Canadians pin retirement dreams on not-so-safe houses, in the National Post; the Canadian real estate market, on CTV News Channel.
Nick Bala (Law) – Families can control their wealth and assets through will and estate planning, not pre-nuptial arrangements, in the National Post.
John Smol (Biology) – Contamination near the oil sands development in Alberta is not naturally occurring, on CBC Radio's Quirks and Quarks.
Christian Leuprecht (Political Studies) – Canada considers sending troops to Mali, on CKNW (Vancouver radio).
Geoff Smith (School of Kinesiology and Health Studies) – Lance Armstrong needs to admit he took performance enhancing drugs to save his reputation, in the Kingston Whig-Standard.
Kathy Brock (School of Policy Studies) – The legacy of Sir John A Macdonald, on CKWS TV.
Barry Cross (School of Business) – Prof. Cross's book Lean Innovation is No. 1 on the Globe and Mail business book bestseller list, on CKWS TV.