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A generation of Canadian children were given radiation treatment and never warned of the cancer risks

The Conversation published an op-ed written by Itai Bavli, a PhD candidate at UBC’s interdisciplinary studies graduate program, about the long-term effects of radiation treatment in childhood.

Exercise: why summer is the perfect time to set a fitness routine

A study done at UBC was mentioned in a NBC New York article about exercise and fitness.

UBC the 51st best university globally according to 2020 QS world rankings

UBC has been ranked the 51st best university in the world according to the new QS World University Rankings, Global reported.

American women are timing their pregnancies to give birth in spring

A study of CEO’s conducted by UBC in 2012 was mentioned in a New York Post article.

More beds coming for UBC Okanagan students as housing project announced

Global News reported on a new student housing project at UBCO. A similar article appeared in Kelowna Capital News.

Time to cook is a luxury many families don’t have

The Conversation published an op-ed by Joslyn Brenton,  Sarah Bowen and Sinikka Elliott, a professor at UBC’s department of sociology, about overlooked factors that affect time spent on cooking.

Prime minister draws line in the sand with Bill C-69

Richard Johnston, a professor at UBC’s department of political science, was quoted in a Business in Vancouver article about the Bill C-69 amendments.

38 genius habits your 80-year-old brain will thank you for doing today

Research conducted by UBC was mentioned in a Reader’s Digest article about healthy habits that can help keep brain sharp in one’s senior years. The article also appeared in MSN.

Tension at the heart of cosmology

Gary Hinshaw, a professor at UBC’s department of physics and astronomy, was quoted in an Astronomy article about universe expansion.

Cannabis during pregnancy linked to higher risk of pre-term birth: study

A finding published by UBC researchers was mentioned in a Global article about the connection between cannabis and pre-term births. They found that a third of pregnant women think cannabis […]

Vancouver writer returns to homeland Iran for backdrop of debut novel

Nazanine Hozar, a MFA graduate of UBC’s creative writing program, was featured in a Vancouver Sun article about her debut book on an orphan girl’s coming of age in Iran.

China and us

Yves Tiberghien, a professor at UBC’s department of political science, was invited as a guest on Radio-Canada to discuss Canada’s relationship with China and USA.