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Queen's in the News: January 21, 2012

Roel Vertegaal (School of Computing) – New paper-thin tablet on the way, in the British Computer Society and MSN Malaysia.

Ian Janssen (School of Kinesiology and Health Studies) – Exercise can prolong your life, in the examiner.com (California).

Chris Grooms (PEARL) – DDT blamed in chimney swift decline, in the Charleston Gazette, the Pittsburgh Post-Gazette and the Parkersburg News and Sentinel.

Nick Bala (Law) – Top court rejects battered woman’s claim she was under duress when she hired a hit man, in the Globe and Mail, Global TV National, Calgary Herald, Saskatoon Star Phoenix, Vancouver Province, Edmonton Journal, Montreal Gazette, Naniamo Daily News, Vancouver Sun, Regina Leader Post, Ottawa Citizen and the Roy Green Show (nationally syndicated radio).

William Flanagan (Law) – Canadian deans accused of anti-religious bias over attempt to block Christian law school, in the National Post.

David McDonald (Global Development Studies) – Did the Colonial powers ever really leave Africa, in the National Post.

Heather Stuart (Community Health and Epidemiology) – MP Terence Young warns that Canadians are blind to the dangers of prescription drugs, in the National Post.

Jonathan Rose (Political Studies) –Iran’s Press TV slams Prime Minister Stephen Harper, in the National Post.

Kathy Brock (Political Studies) – Five ideas to help Canada’s indigenous people in the Ottawa Citizen, Vancouver Province, Edmonton Journal, Vancouver Sun, Calgary Herald, Regina Leader Post, Montreal Gazette and the Saskatoon Star Phoenix.

Robert Morrison (English) – Pride and Prejudice celebrates 200th anniversary, in the Toronto Star.

Phil Jessop (Chemistry) – New approach to water desalination holds great potential, in the Toronto Star.

Jill Scott (Languages, Literatures and Cultures) - Did Lance Armstrong redeem or incriminate himself, on cbc.ca.

Steven Salterio (School of Business) – Judges and crown attorneys need to have more business knowledge, on the Roy Green Show (nationally syndicated radio).

Kim Sears (Nursing) – Pediatric medication mistakes continue to be a problem, on Telejournal Ontario (French CBC TV) and Radio CBC Radio Thunder Bay.

Louis Delvoie (Centre for International and Defence Policy) – Age of secularism vs. age of faith, op-ed in the Kingston Whig-Standard.

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