UBC In The News
Masks can be detrimental to babies' speech and language development
Scientific American mentioned a study by Dr. Janet Werker, a university Killam professor in UBC’s department of psychology, that looked at lip-reading and visible speech cues in infancy.
Mini nuclear reactors offer promise of cheaper, clean power
Dr. M.V. Ramana, Simons Chair in disarmament, global and human security at UBC’s school of public policy and global affairs, discussed the costs and safety of small modular reactors.
Wall Street Journal (subscription)
The case against a COVID-19 vaccine passport
UBCO nursing professor Dr. Katrina Plamondon commented on digital COVID-19 vaccination certificates and how they can raise issues of equity and fairness in who has access.
UBC pilot project offers 'rapid COVID-19 screening tests' for students
UBC is offering rapid COVID-19 screening tests to all students and staff who live and work in first-year residence at UBC.
Vancouver is Awesome
Online survey of COVID-19 mental health seeks participants
UBC psychiatry professor Dr. Evelyn Stewart is co-leading an online survey that aims to understand how the pandemic has impacted the mental health of children, youth, adults and parents.
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