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Health - Life Sciences - 22.07.2024 - Today
Azrieli Accelerator celebrates its latest Catalyst Grant recipients

Environment - Social Sciences - 19.07.2024
Madagascar field course rooted in relationships, reciprocity
Madagascar field course rooted in relationships, reciprocity

Innovation - Economics - 19.07.2024
Waterloo partners with the Accelerator Centre to further innovation and entrepreneurship
Waterloo partners with the Accelerator Centre to further innovation and entrepreneurship

Environment - 19.07.2024
Solving the crisis: Rising urban temperatures
Solving the crisis: Rising urban temperatures
The "Solving the crisis:" series explores the pressing challenges of our time, including climate change, biodiversity collapse, housing affordability and more.

Health - 18.07.2024
Researcher awarded $2 million to investigate youth vaping and lung health
Researcher awarded $2 million to investigate youth vaping and lung health
Dr. David Hammond is leading a new study to examine the health risks of e-cigarettes among young people in Canada Canada has among the highest rates of nicotine vaping in the world, with more than one in 10 high school students vaping daily.

Sport - 18.07.2024
SFU biophysics student to represent Canada in taekwondo at Paris 2024

Music - Astronomy / Space - 17.07.2024
Toy Story: Western musicology researcher explores sounds of childhood in the 1950s

Social Sciences - Computer Science - 17.07.2024
Combining Indigenous knowledge and AI to support safer on-ice travel
Combining Indigenous knowledge and AI to support safer on-ice travel
Warming temperatures mean shorter ice seasons in Sanikiluaq, Nunavut. As a result, the stretches of landfast ice formed from frozen seawater that Inuit use to travel and hunt on are increasingly unpredictable and unsafe.

Earth Sciences - 17.07.2024
Seismic activity in metro Vancouver mapped out for risk analysis, urban planning
Seismic activity in metro Vancouver mapped out for risk analysis, urban planning
Sheri Molnar and her team have collected earthquake relevant data at more than 2,300 locations across Canada's third-largest city centre While earthquake prediction is next to impossible, it is possib

Sport - 17.07.2024
Doctorate in hand, she's heading to the Paris Olympics
Doctorate in hand, she’s heading to the Paris Olympics

Health - Social Sciences - 17.07.2024
$750,000 for UdeM's Clinique Mauve
$750,000 for UdeM’s Clinique Mauve
Open since 2020, the clinic will be able to continue serving migrant and racialized LGBTQIA+ communities thanks to the new funding from Canada's health ministry.

Environment - 17.07.2024
Vancouver faces barriers to green infrastructure implementation - SFU study
Vancouver struggles to implement green infrastructure at the rate of other major cities, according to a new Simon Fraser University study.

Campus - Economics - 17.07.2024
Parex Fellows work to translate research into societal impact
Parex Fellows work to translate research into societal impact

Innovation - Agronomy / Food Science - 16.07.2024
Fresh funding to help food security startup Ceragen bloom
Fresh funding to help food security startup Ceragen bloom

Health - Campus - 15.07.2024
Three Werklund School academics receive SSHRC partner development grants

Sport - 15.07.2024
Fab foursome of former SFU wrestlers grapple with success at Paris Olympics
Fab foursome of former SFU wrestlers grapple with success at Paris Olympics

Life Sciences - Campus - 12.07.2024
Leveraging AI in cultivated seafood research
Leveraging AI in cultivated seafood research
Two students from the f aculties of Science and Math ematics are exploring new ways to bring cultivated seafood to the table.

Psychology - Health - 12.07.2024
Q and A with the experts: Break the cycle of burnout
Q and A with the experts: Break the cycle of burnout

Health - 12.07.2024
Schulich student researcher helps prepare for next pandemic
When he received the offer to fly across the world to build a universal COVID-19 vaccine with a researcher at Schulich School of Medicine & Dentistry, Cody Hird didn't hesitate to pack his bags.

Social Sciences - Innovation - 12.07.2024
Marine Biomass Innovation: Western-led project seeks sustainable, entrepreneurial solutions in fishing industry

Pedagogy - 12.07.2024
UVic signs collaboration agreement with Ts'uubaa-asatx Nation
UVic signs collaboration agreement with Ts'uubaa-asatx Nation

Health - 12.07.2024
Calgary cardiac patient first in Western Canada to benefit from newly approved ablation technology
Calgary cardiac patient first in Western Canada to benefit from newly approved ablation technology

Health - Psychology - 12.07.2024
Alberta Children's Hospital Foundation commits $9.9M to support next chapter of Owerko Centre
Alberta Children’s Hospital Foundation commits $9.9M to support next chapter of Owerko Centre

Health - Administration - 12.07.2024
Newly funded CIHR project aims at mentoring solutions for retaining nursing workforce
UCalgary Nursing researcher Tracie Risling and Alberta Health Services leaders co-lead study-focused ways to stabilize and support more sustainable nursing workforce A combination of slowing numbers o

Environment - Earth Sciences - 11.07.2024
ONC welcomes new Tang.Gwan - hacxwiqak - Tsigis Marine Protected Area
ONC welcomes new Tang.Gwan - hacxwiqak - Tsigis Marine Protected Area
Ocean Networks Canada, a University of Victoria initiative, welcomes today's announcement of the new marine protected area (MPA) Tang.

Pharmacology - Health - 11.07.2024
Opioids: a nudge to reduce consumption
When long-term users of prescription opioids in Canada were mailed a brochure encouraging them to cut their dosages, many of them did - and that's a good thing, researchers say.

Innovation - Computer Science - 10.07.2024
Ethereum co-founder Vitalik Buterin visits Waterloo
Ethereum co-founder Vitalik Buterin visits Waterloo

History / Archeology - Criminology / Forensics - 10.07.2024
Uncovering the truth behind the Alderney death count
Uncovering the truth behind the Alderney death count
Waterloo researchers are known globally for tackling complex problems and Robert Jan van Pelt, of Waterloo's School of Architecture in Cambridge, is one of them.

Psychology - Health - 10.07.2024
Couple-based therapy to improve sexual desire
Couple-based therapy to improve sexual desire
A new form of cognitive-behavioural couple therapy may help women diagnosed with sexual desire disorders and reduce the emotional distress associated with it.

Agronomy / Food Science - Chemistry - 10.07.2024
’Forever chemicals’ in our food?

Health - Campus - 09.07.2024
SFU School of Medicine moves forward

Environment - Social Sciences - 08.07.2024
RECOVER project to support island nations fighting climate change
RECOVER project to support island nations fighting climate change

Social Sciences - Campus - 08.07.2024
Western researchers study queer art, hidden history
Western researchers study queer art, hidden history

Innovation - Astronomy / Space - 08.07.2024
UCalgary recognized nationally for space and defence technologies expertise
UCalgary recognized nationally for space and defence technologies expertise

Innovation - Agronomy / Food Science - 08.07.2024
Ingenuity pitch competition crowns a winner at Inventures 2024
Ingenuity pitch competition crowns a winner at Inventures 2024

Health - Chemistry - 05.07.2024
Western researchers aim to change contraceptive technology with new iron IUDs
Western researchers aim to change contraceptive technology with new iron IUDs
When chemistry professor Samantha Gateman realized there was no non-hormonal intrauterine device (IUD) on the market without significant side effects, she became inspired to make a change.

Earth Sciences - Environment - 05.07.2024
UVic geologist wins Kyoto Prize for research
UVic geologist wins Kyoto Prize for research

Computer Science - 05.07.2024
SFU lab develops AI-enabled post-production tools for independent Canadian filmmakers

Innovation - Health - 05.07.2024
UCalgary startups take centre stage at one of world's largest tech conferences
UCalgary startups take centre stage at one of world’s largest tech conferences

Computer Science - Physics - 03.07.2024
New open-source software is greater than the sum of its parts
New open-source software is greater than the sum of its parts
Accurate models of real-world scenarios are important for bringing theoretical and experimental research together in meaningful ways.

Health - Life Sciences - 03.07.2024
Monitor virus progression based on cases of distemper in foxes

Health - Psychology - 03.07.2024
UCalgary team develops global online hub for adverse childhood experiences research
UCalgary team develops global online hub for adverse childhood experiences research
In the past few years, research on adverse childhood experiences (ACEs) has grown tremendously as researchers uncover the long-term physical and mental health effects of these experiences.

Health - Administration - 02.07.2024
Regulations grounded in research are saving lives by adding restrictions to tobacco
According to Health Canada, about 48,000 people in Canada die from tobacco use each year. Research has shown that tobacco use is a leading cause of preventable diseases and deaths worldwide and efforts to reduce tobacco consumption through regulation and policy measures have significantly contributed to public health improvements.

Social Sciences - Law - 02.07.2024
Overcoming fear for social justice
Overcoming fear for social justice

Health - Pharmacology - 02.07.2024
Waterloo Pharmacy alumni provide healthcare in the North
Waterloo Pharmacy alumni provide healthcare in the North

Health - 02.07.2024
Improve sleep and combat dementia
Improve sleep and combat dementia
In a step toward combating dementia, Western researchers have received a $1.1 million grant from the Weston Family Foundation to explore the potential of gentle brain-synched sounds to improve sleep and memory performance in older adults. The method, which involves playing those gentle sounds during sleep, is called phase-locked auditory stimulation.

Health - Event - 02.07.2024
Project aims to address child health inequalities through electronic health records
Project aims to address child health inequalities through electronic health records

Health - Life Sciences - 28.06.2024
UCalgary research into reindeer antlers could help unlock secret of human limb regeneration

Social Sciences - Campus - 28.06.2024
Stand together in support and inclusion
Stand together in support and inclusion

Environment - Agronomy / Food Science - 28.06.2024
A new trajectory: Climate change rapidly impacting Canadian agriculture
A new trajectory: Climate change rapidly impacting Canadian agriculture
New techniques and technologies needed to manage shifts in growing seasons, crop yields, weather and pests The planet is getting warmer and climate change - not surprisingly - impacts the way we feed the world.
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