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Queen's in the News: January 27, 2014

Dick Zoutman (Biomedical and Molecular Sciences) – Antiseptic vapour credited with eliminating superbug, in the National Post.

Erik Knutsen (Law) – Judge opens door to proving death of Javad Heydary, in the Toronto Star.

Glenville Jones (Biomedical and Molecular Sciences) – Vitamin D supplements are still important for people living close to the North Pole, on The World At Six on CBC Radio One.

Simon Hesp (Chemistry) – A permanent solution to potholes? On CBC’s Windsor Morning.

Monica LaBarge (School of Business) – No smoking gun in the Canadian Olympic Committee/North Face dispute, in Marketing Magazine.

Jonathan Rose (Political Studies) – Ad industry watchdog won’t name and shame false government campaign, in the Canadian Press, CBCNews.ca and other publications.

Emily Fahlgren and Amelia Zheng (Undergraduate students volunteers) – Queen’s students camping out for a cause, in the Kingston Whig Standard.

Branden Deschambault (Undergraduate medical student) – Top medical students to gather in Kingston, in the Kingston Whig Standard.

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