Collaboration in Times of Social Isolation

  • LINCS Project
  • December 16, 2020

by Thomas Smith LINCS undergraduate research assistant, University of Guelph To avoid the COVID-19 outbreak, I moved back home from Guelph to the town of Bowmanville, a community with a population of around 40,000 people. My family sold our home of twenty years just before the pandemic, buying a quaint little house in Minden, Ontario, […]

by Kathleen McCulloch-Cop LINCS co-op student, University of Guelph Pop psychology has a concept most of us are familiar with: the linear, calculating left brain vs. the intuitive, creative right brain. The theory is that you either use one or the other, you’re either left-brained dominant or you’re right-brained dominant, but you can’t be both. This […]