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Life Sciences - Psychology - 11.08.2022
New paradigm for treating PTSD
Approximately nine per cent of Canadian adults will experience PTSD in their lifetimes, which occurs when an individual experiences a traumatic event, often leading to persistent flashbacks and severe anxiety.

Music - 11.08.2022
Learning about listening: Researcher explores how people perceive sound
Learning about listening: Researcher explores how people perceive sound
The University of Toronto's  Christina Vanden Bosch der Nederlanden remembers the moment she became interested in how humans perceive sound.

Social Sciences - Campus - 11.08.2022
Inclusive play: University of Toronto researcher studies the playground experiences of children with disabilities
Inclusive play: University of Toronto researcher studies the playground experiences of children with disabilities
How do Canadian children with disabilities and their families experience playgrounds? What about adjacent areas such as parking lots and pathways? How can educators and rehabilitation specialists use playground spaces? These are some of the topics explored by Kelly Arbour-Nicitopoulos , an associate professor studying disability and physical activity in the University of Toronto's Faculty of Kinesiology and Physical Education (KPE).

Environment - 09.08.2022
B.C. ocean's worth of almost $5 billion to GDP likely an underestimate
B.C. ocean’s worth of almost $5 billion to GDP likely an underestimate
British Columbia's ocean contributed almost $5 billion to provincial gross domestic product in 2015, a sum that is likely an underestimate, a new UBC study has found. The ' back of the envelope' estimate could be used by non-economists to work out a baseline of what oceans contribute to the economy, as part of achieving the United Nations' goal of sustainable oceans by 2030.

Economics / Business - Astronomy / Space Science - 09.08.2022

Health - 08.08.2022
Cells able to talk to themselves for a better immune response
Cells able to talk to themselves for a better immune response
Research in immunology sheds new light on the ability of cells to contribute more effectively to the body's immune response through internal communication.

Health - Innovation - 04.08.2022
Western team achieves international holographic teleportation
Holographic teleportation sounds like something out of Star Wars or Star Trek , but instead of the bridge of a flashy interstellar spaceship, a futuristic technological achievement took place in a nondescript boardroom on campus at Western recently.

Economics / Business - 04.08.2022
Q and A with the experts: Canada’s rising inflation
Inflation in Canada is at the highest rate we've seen in decades. Jean-Paul Lam, a professor in the University of Waterloo's Department of Economics and former assistant chief economist and principal researcher at the Bank of Canada, says recent events created a perfect storm for inflation.

Innovation - Health - 03.08.2022
Ground-breaking companies develop at Velocity Science
Velocity Science returns to campus and is ready to advance the growth of science-based startups Velocity Global advancements in sciences, together with digital transformation, continue to accelerate innovation, significantly impacting all sectors of the economy.

Campus - Computer Science - 03.08.2022

Life Sciences - Health - 03.08.2022
Jean-François Côté confirmed as President and Scientific Director of the IRCM
Jean-François Côté has been with the IRCM for 17 years and already serving as Interim President and Scientific Director since July 2021.

Environment - Innovation - 02.08.2022

Health - Life Sciences - 01.08.2022
Tick-borne diseases: Tracking anaplasmosis
Tick-borne diseases: Tracking anaplasmosis
A research team from UdeM's Faculty of Veterinary Medicine is investigating the source of anaplasmosis, an emerging tick-borne disease.

Computer Science - 29.07.2022
In his first novel, PhD candidate Dashiel Carrera explores 'what it means to reckon with memory'
In his first novel, PhD candidate Dashiel Carrera explores ’what it means to reckon with memory’
When you look back on events in your life, especially traumatic ones, did they really happen the way you remember them?

Health - Environment - 28.07.2022
University of Toronto expert Kerry Bowman on monkeypox and the danger posed by zoonotic diseases
The World Health Organization recently declared monkeypox - a disease that's been a concern in African countries for years - a global public health emergency.

Environment - Life Sciences - 28.07.2022
No 'Safe Space' for 12 key ocean species on North American West Coast
No ’Safe Space’ for 12 key ocean species on North American West Coast
For the generations who grew up watching Finding Nemo , it might not come as a surprise that the North American West Coast has its own version of the underwater ocean highway - the California Current marine ecosystem (CCME).

Transport - Environment - 25.07.2022

Economics / Business - Environment - 21.07.2022
Just 10 financial actors hold the key to climate change
A new report has identified the 10 financial actors with the most influence on the fossil fuel economy and outlines the decisive role they can play in helping de-carbonize our future. The study found that the top 10 most influential actors, including investment advisors, governments, and sovereign wealth funds from around the world, own 49.5 per cent of potential emissions from the world's largest energy firms.

Environment - Health - 21.07.2022
UBC experts on heat waves and extreme heat
UBC experts on heat waves and extreme heat
UBC experts are available to comment on the health effects of heat waves and extreme weather, ahead of high temperatures forecast for B.C. Dr. Younes Alila Professor, Department
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