UBC In The News
Climate change is shifting what seafood restaurants like Tojo’s source and serve
New research led by Dr. William Cheung (Institute for the Oceans and Fisheries) found that warming waters are projected to bring more Humboldt squid and less sockeye salmon to Vancouver menus.
In search of the common good
New Republic quoted UBCO education professor Dr. Catherine Broom’s 2011 article about neoliberal educational policies for democracy.
Paid menstrual leave for workers could be on the way in Spain. Should Canada do the same?
Endocrinology professor Dr. Jerilynn Prior gave comments on paid menstrual leave.
Are sea lions and seals eating too much of B.C.’s salmon? The answer may lead to a cull
Institute for the Oceans and Fisheries professor emeritus Dr. Carl Waters and PhD candidate Benjamin Nelson discussed the abundance of seals and sea lions, and declines in salmon.
Toronto Star via St. Catharine’s Standard, Welland Tribune, Waterloo Region Record
As COVID-19 begins to diminish, more Canadians are getting sick with the flu
Clinical professor Dr. Horacio Bach commented on the increase of flu cases while COVID-19 cases are on the decline.
Securing Black futures brings high schoolers to UBC
Dr. Annette Henry (department of language and literacy education) discussed what universities can learn from the Securing Black Future program, which aims to provide support and security to Black students.
What is biogas? A look behind the wastewater plan that Prince George can't turn its nose away from
Chemical engineering professor Dr. Heather Trajano described the three main steps to producing biogas from wastewater.
Prince George Post
Waste wood chemically recycled to produce material stronger than steel
Chemical and biological engineering professor Dr. Orlando Rojas and his colleagues invented a wood treatment process that can extend the working lifetime of wood.