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Health - 16.06.2022
New Western research helps customize cochlear implants
Rendering of a 3D synchrotron-based image of an implanted cochlea. The red in the image is an implanted cochlear implant electrode array.

Social Sciences - Research Management - 16.06.2022

Sport - Mathematics - 16.06.2022
Want to improve your HORSE play? Stats expert breaks down the popular basketball game's odds
Want to improve your HORSE play? Stats expert breaks down the popular basketball game’s odds
For NBA stars and driveway basketball enthusiasts alike, the game HORSE conjures up memories of intense schoolyard competitions and boisterous neighbourhood hangouts.

Veterinary - Health - 16.06.2022
Major investments at UdeM’s Saint-Hyacinthe campus
The Quebec government grants $101 million for the construction of a veterinary simulation centre, a clinical skills centre and an animal shelter.

Social Sciences - Psychology - 15.06.2022
Level Up! Researchers explore impact of gaming on well-being of LGBTQ+ youth
When Dane Marco Di Cesare was a child, he turned to video games for more than entertainment or diversion. As a queer youth, he found them to be a safe place to immerse himself in fantastic worlds - far away from a reality that could be stressful and even unsafe.

Campus - Event - 14.06.2022

Economics / Business - Campus - 14.06.2022

Campus - 14.06.2022
University of Toronto's aUToronto team wins first competition of AutoDrive Challenge sequel
University of Toronto’s aUToronto team wins first competition of AutoDrive Challenge sequel
A self-driving vehicle team from the University of Toronto's Faculty of Applied Science & Engineering has taken the top spot overall in the first competition of the four-year AutoDrive Challenge II.

Health - 13.06.2022
Canada lags behind other countries in providing school food programs to children in need
Canada lags behind other countries in providing school food programs to children in need
Only five per cent of students in Canada participated in a school meal program. Canada is at the back of the pack when it comes to students accessing nutrition programs at school, shows a new study.

Environment - Earth Sciences - 13.06.2022
UBC experts on flooding and extreme weather
UBC experts on flooding and extreme weather
UBC experts are available to comment on flooding and extreme weather, in light of a state of emergency in Kelowna and other parts of western Canada.

Architecture - Art and Design - 13.06.2022

Innovation - Health - 13.06.2022

Economics / Business - 10.06.2022

Innovation - Campus - 10.06.2022

Environment - Economics / Business - 10.06.2022
Fast-fashion, air pollution and women leaders under the media spotlight
Lack of environmental awareness and preference for variety leading causes of waste in fast-fashion production Can fast-fashion be sustainable? Researchers, including Javad Nasiry , Associate Professor at McGill's Desautels Faculty of Management, think yes. By identifying why the fast fashion business model creates waste and whether regulators can establish incentives for consumers and manufacturers are steps to reducing waste.

Health - 09.06.2022
How drug decriminalization in B.C. could help save lives
How drug decriminalization in B.C. could help save lives
Q&As Brett Goldhawk Beginning in January 2023, the B.C. government will remove criminal penalties for possessing small amounts of illicit drugs including heroin, cocaine and methamphetamine. Dr. Eugenia Oviedo-Joekes ( she/her ), an addictions expert at UBC's School of Population and Public Health, answers some key questions about the decriminalization of illegal drugs - and how it could help save lives in B.C. More than 2,200 British Columbians died due to illicit drug use in 2021.

Materials Science - Research Management - 09.06.2022

Environment - Social Sciences - 09.06.2022
UVic leads national project to tackle water and sanitation crisis
UVic leads national project to tackle water and sanitation crisis
If problems around water quality and wastewater in remote and poorly served communities are to be solved, they-ll need funding, local involvement and technical know-how.

Campus - Innovation - 08.06.2022

Career - Campus - 08.06.2022
Through film, University of Toronto grad aims to help STEM-trained immigrant women overcome barriers
Through film, University of Toronto grad aims to help STEM-trained immigrant women overcome barriers
As a master's student in the University of Toronto's Faculty of Information, Elizabeth Kalbfleisch teamed up with a professor and an entrepreneur to help communicate their research through a short animated film.

Life Sciences - Chemistry - 08.06.2022
Researchers to study whether metal-corroding microbes can grow in Canada’s proposed nuclear waste facility
With Canada getting closer to moving all its spent nuclear fuel to a single facility, and encasing each fuel container in bentonite clay, researchers are studying whether that clay could support microbial life - which could eat away at the metal containers.

Health - Environment - 07.06.2022

Health - 07.06.2022
Recent immigrants less likely to have family doctor
Recent immigrants less likely to have family doctor
Recent immigrants to Canada face barriers to accessing primary care and may be missing out on the benefits that come with having a family physician.

Architecture - Campus - 07.06.2022

Campus - Mathematics - 07.06.2022
Waterloo students awarded prestigious Governor General’s Gold Medal
Graduate students Patrick Naylor, Michael Tyler Paris and Simone Hu are recognized for their outstanding academic record and research By Angelica Marie Sanchez University Relations The University of