Simon Fraser University

Simon Fraser University

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8888 University Dr, Burnaby, BC V5A 1S6

Environment - Mar 17

A collaborative study between researchers at Simon Fraser University and Fisheries and Oceans Canada (DFO) has found that high logging intensity in the Interior watersheds of British Columbia is associated with warmer stream temperatures in salmon-bearing streams, potentially contributing to increased heat stress in salmon.

Health - Mar 15

Simon Fraser University is among key partners in a national biotech innovation hub designed to make Canada a global powerhouse for developing next-generation immune-based therapies in response to pandemics and other health threats.

Career - Mar 7

Simon Fraser University will play a critical role in supporting French-language teachers in British Columbia, thanks to new funding announced by the federal and provincial governments.

Event - Mar 2

SFU is one step closer to creating a new safe and welcoming space to celebrate Indigenous knowledge and culture as construction begins on the First Peoples- Gathering House.

Deep within Simon Fraser University's chemistry department, science and art intersect to unravel the dark, but lucrative, underbelly of forgery. Art forgery is a multi-million-dollar problem in the art world as galleries and collectors snap up what they think are legitimate pieces of work linked to famous painters and their circles.

Health - Mar 7

The COVID-19 pandemic, which killed millions across the world, had a dire impact on the ability of their loved ones to grieve. A study by Simon Fraser researchers published in the journal Illness, Crisis & Loss , calls for expanding pandemic grief support programs and increasing public awareness of the existing supports available to help lessen the emotional toll.

Environment - Mar 6

Simon Fraser scientists say their research on the latest fossil find near Princeton, B.C. is raising questions about how the dispersal of animals and plants occurred across the Northern Hemisphere some 50 million years ago, including whether brief intervals of global warming were at play.

In an era of fake news, misinformation and conspiracy theories, people need trust-worthy, informed and accurate news more than ever. The latest recipients of SFU-s annual Newsmaker awards have been selected for their significant achievements in informing media stories and online communities on a diversity of topics, from humanitarian issues and pandemic restrictions, to building better societies, and for strategic approach to communications.

Life Sciences - Feb 10

It's not every day that a former student invites you to row across the Atlantic Ocean but when SFU biological sciences professor Isabelle Côté got the call, she didn-t hesitate to say yes-inspired by the challenge and the journey's cause of supporting ocean conservation.

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