Pope Francis’ visit to Peru on Jan. 15-22 takes him to the epicenter of the country’s informal and often illegal gold mining industry – the subject of groundbreaking environmental research by Wake Forest University scientists. The post Scientists study mercury poisoning in Peruvian forest on pope’s itinerary appeared first on Wake Forest News.
In the post-#MeToo workplace, women may feel reluctant or uncomfortable about initiating a mentoring relationship with a male colleague. The post Women can (and should) seek male mentors in the post-#MeToo workplace appeared first on Wake Forest News.
u’re trying to drop a few pounds in 2018, forget the fancy gym memberships and the home-delivered diets. Researchers at Wake Forest University say seniors whose New Year’s resolution is to lose weight succeed with a much cheaper and more accessible solution: classes at community fitness centers such as the YMCA. The post Why the […]
If shedding some of those extra pounds is your goal for the new year, are you sure you’re losing the right kind of weight? The post New Year’s resolution for older adults: Lose weight the right way appeared first on Wake Forest News.
How does an engineer make a difference in the real world? By stepping out of the office and talking to the people affected by engineering challenges and their proposed solutions. The post Can Wake Forest engineering students build a better city? appeared first on Wake Forest News.
Outside of the comic book world, people aren’t superheroes or arch villains. So just how good are we as people? It turns out most of us are a messy blend of good and bad. The post Are we as good as we think? WFU professor says ‘no’ in new book appeared first on Wake Forest […]