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Asexuals think about others taking part in fetishes and BDSM

The Daily Mail featured a study from UBC’s sexual health lab that found nearly half of asexual women and three quarters of asexual men are just as likely to fantasize […]

White Rock launches program to deal with arsenic in water

CBC reported on a partnership between the City of White Rock and a federally-funded UBC research group that aims to find the best way of removing arsenic and manganese from White […]

Mathematics used to study pine beetle control methods

Global highlighted research from UBC’s Okanagan campus that found controlling the spread of mountain pine beetles could instead increase the pest’s population in areas where there are not many of the […]

B.C. scientists develop test to make chocolate even better

The Vancouver Sun reported on UBC research that improves the efficiency of measuring antioxidants in chocolate. Xiaonan Lu, a UBC professor in the faculty of land and food systems, developed […]

B.C. premier warms to Kinder Morgan pipeline as election looms

Kathryn Harrison, a UBC professor of political science, spoke to the Vancouver Sun about how Christy Clark’s tentative support for the Kinder Morgan could make the pipeline a wedge issue […]

Metro Vancouver home sales prices predicted to drop next year

MSN published a Vancouver Sun article quoting Thomas Davidoff, a UBC Sauder School of Business professor, about the likelihood of Vancouver home prices declining in the near future. “When you […]

Pipelines not a reconciliation of Canada’s environment and economy

The Globe and Mail published an op-ed by UBC political science professor Kathryn Harrison about the impact pipelines will have on the environment despite promises that the project is beneficial […]

Reducing stress through the power of pets

Kelowna Now reported on a program at UBC’s Okanagan campus that helps students lower their stress level by interacting with pets. The program, called Building Academic Retention through K9’s, or […]

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Watchdog report on Justice Camp sends message to judges

CBC quoted UBC law professor Emma Cunliffe after Canada’s judicial watchdog addressed the wider repercussions of a judge’s misconduct in a 2014 sexual assault trial. Cunliffe said she was impressed with how the inquiry […]

Did the Liberal promise electoral reform only with broad support?

Richard Johnston, a UBC political science professor, spoke to the Canadian Press for an article about electoral reform. He said the message from democratic institutions minister Maryam Monsef has evolved […]

Canadian Architect 2016 awards of excellence winners announced

Work by Lőrinc Vass, a lecturer at UBC’s school of architecture and landscape architecture, and UBC’s Alec Ring was featured in Canadian Architect. Vass won an award for his project, […]