UBC In The News
Have an exercise ‘snack’ and improve your health: kinesiology researchers
Research co-conducted by UBCO showed that even short bouts of physical activity can have real health benefits.
LGBTQ2+ advocates, councillors ask for conversion therapy ban
Global mentioned UBC research which showed that a significant number of Canadians have been subjected to conversion therapy.
Scientists discover virus with no recognizable genes
Curtis Suttle, UBC science professor and environmental virologist, commented on the benefits of the discovery and characterization of new viruses.
What is no-fault insurance?
Media interviewed UBC Sauder School of Business professor Werner Antweiler about ICBC’s new care-based system which aims to eliminate litigation and pain and suffering payments, while promising lower rates and improved benefits.
CBC Early Edition with Stephen Quinn, Globe and Mail (subscription)
2nd derailment in two months near Guernsey, Sask. raises maintenance questions
Global spoke to Garland Chow, a professor emeritus at the UBC Sauder School of Business, about the recent Canadian Pacific Railway train derailment.
Recreational fishers are increasingly targeting sharks and rays, and researchers are concerned
Daniel Pauly, principal investigator of the Sea Around Us initiative at UBC, says fishers who catch-and-release sharks and rays are likely still contributing to the species’ decline.