UBC In The News
Two new dragonfly family fossils dating back 50 million years discovered near Princeton
Dr. Bruce Archibald, a curator of paleontology collections at UBC Beaty Biodiversity Museum, discussed the discovery of dragonfly-like fossils in Princeton, B.C.
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Which endangered species should we save? Humans face tough choices about what lives — and what dies
Evolutionary biologist Dr. Sarah Otto said we’re not losing living species randomly — we’re losing, specifically, species that can’t thrive alongside humans.
The science of envy in the age of COVID-19
Psychology professor Dr. Jessica Tracy explained the difference between envy and jealousy.
Globe and Mail
The surprising benefits of destructive windstorms for forest health
Forestry professor of teaching Dr. Andrew Almas explained the importance of decaying wood to forests’ biodiversity.
Disability rights don’t have to clash with environmental responsibility
PhD candidate Michelle Hewitt (UBCO community engagement, social change and equity) wrote about the regulations on single-use plastics that leave disabled people who rely on plastic straws abandoned by unnecessary eco-ableism.
Man who served 26 years for 1993 B.C. highway slaying awaits word on exoneration
Law lecturer Tamara Levyfound was mentioned about the UBC’s Innocence Project and the retrial of Gerald Bernard Klassen, who was convicted of murder in 1993.
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