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Health - 19.10.2022
To address iron deficiency in Africa, researcher develops fortified version of popular hibiscus drink
To address iron deficiency in Africa, researcher develops fortified version of popular hibiscus drink
Folake Oyewole 's doctoral thesis project was inspired, in part, by the potential health benefits of a refreshing drink: Zobo, a hibiscus-based beverage that is popular in Oyewole's home country of N

Innovation - Materials Science - 18.10.2022

Earth Sciences - Environment - 18.10.2022

Economics / Business - Campus - 18.10.2022

Law - Campus - 18.10.2022

Environment - Chemistry - 18.10.2022
Expert insight: Snow can spread and worsen the effects of pollutants
Expert insight: Snow can spread and worsen the effects of pollutants
By October, autumn's arrival brings with it the promise of winter - and snow. And with it comes a quieter world, thanks to snow's ability to absorb noise.

Environment - Astronomy / Space Science - 18.10.2022
Advancing climate research thanks to new satellite mission co-led by McGill University
Advancing climate research thanks to new satellite mission co-led by McGill University
Canadian scientists will contribute to assessing and addressing climate change thanks to a new satellite mission that has received more than $200 million from the Canadian federal government.

Economics / Business - Social Sciences - 18.10.2022

Health - 18.10.2022
UBC professor's new workbook offers tools for a better sex life
UBC professor’s new workbook offers tools for a better sex life
Science, Health & Technology Brett Goldhawk When UBC psychologist and sex researcher Dr. Lori Brotto published her first book, Better Sex Through Mindfulness , she upended convention by reveal

Event - 17.10.2022
Fraude-alterte.ca: Self-help forum to combat cyber fraud
UdeM's Cybercriminology Clinic has set up Fraude-alterte.ca, a site where members of the public help each other fight cyber fraud.

Campus - 16.10.2022

Transport - 14.10.2022
Scarborough could have one of the world's best off-road trail systems, researchers say
Scarborough could have one of the world’s best off-road trail systems, researchers say
Every corner of Scarborough could be reached by foot or bike by connecting the many fragmented trails throughout Toronto's east end - creating potentially the most comprehensive network of off-road paths in the world.

Environment - Earth Sciences - 14.10.2022

Health - Social Sciences - 14.10.2022

Health - 13.10.2022
Bicycle paths and greenery are concentrated in affluent neighbourhoods
Bicycle paths and greenery are concentrated in affluent neighbourhoods
According to a new study, Montreal's most disadvantaged neighbourhoods have fewer bike paths, green spaces and trees than more prosperous neighbourhoods.

Environment - 13.10.2022
Proposed menthol ban in U.S. would cut littering by 3.8 billion cigarettes butts annually
Cigarette butts contain plastic and leach toxic chemicals into soil and water Discarded cigarette butts are a top source of plastic pollution, and a new study estimates that banning menthol cigarette

Linguistics / Literature - Computer Science - 12.10.2022
AI that can learn patterns of human language
AI that can learn patterns of human language
The model automatically learns higher-level language patterns that can apply to different languages, enabling it to achieve better results Human languages are notoriously complex, and linguists have l

Life Sciences - Agronomy / Food Science - 12.10.2022
Berry good news
Waterloo-led team tackles food insecurity through sustainable year-round berry production in Canada By Katharine Tuerke Faculty of Science Climate change, armed conflict, economic and political instability and natural disasters can all impact food security.

Environment - 11.10.2022
Healthy Aging Requires An Understanding Of Personality Types
New research shows that older adults may be better supported as they age when their personalities are considered-for example, are they more like orchids or dandelions?

Environment - Life Sciences - 11.10.2022
PhD candidate turns to soil to better understand how boreal forests store carbon
PhD candidate turns to soil to better understand how boreal forests store carbon
Canada's boreal forests are known to help moderate the effects of climate change, absorbing and storing much more carbon dioxide from the atmosphere than they release.

Environment - Earth Sciences - 11.10.2022
From greenhouse gas to rock in 25 years
From greenhouse gas to rock in 25 years
Newly published research by scientists with the Solid Carbon project shows that carbon dioxide (CO2) taken from the atmosphere and injected into the deep subseafloor off Vancouver Island may turn into solid rock in about 25 years.

Health - 11.10.2022
Toothbrushing key to preventing pneumonia in ICU patients, leads to U.S. guideline changes
Toothbrushing key to preventing pneumonia in ICU patients, leads to U.S. guideline changes
A study led by researchers at the University of Toronto and its partner hospitals has contributed to a major change in American guidelines for pneumonia prevention among ICU patients on mechanical ventilators.

Environment - Politics - 07.10.2022
Why some countries lead - and others lag - in the race to clean energy: Study
A new analysis  published in the journal  Science  explores the politics that influence some countries to adopt cleaner sources of energy while others resist change, revealing what hinders many governments from reducing greenhouse gas emissions.

Computer Science - Economics / Business - 07.10.2022

Campus - Social Sciences - 07.10.2022

Environment - Life Sciences - 07.10.2022
UBC experts on drought conditions and impacts
UBC experts on drought conditions and impacts
Parts of British Columbia are experiencing significant fall heat, drought, and wildfires. UBC experts are available to comment.

Health - Social Sciences - 06.10.2022
Largest study on COVID-19 in Canadian children and teens now underway
Largest study on COVID-19 in Canadian children and teens now underway
Led by Université de Montréal and CHU Sainte-Justine, the $2.6-million CURNLS study will collect and test about 7,200 blood samples over the coming year to check for past infection and immunity. In Canada, the vast majority of COVID-19 cases in the 0-to-18 age group have been mild or asymptomatic.

Health - Social Sciences - 06.10.2022

Social Sciences - Campus - 06.10.2022
Improving our community, one activity at a time
Preet Momi studied community reintegration by women leaving prison for her Master's thesis By Miriam Rusu Faculty of Health As most of us have experienced, community is a key component in the making of a person.