UBC In The News
Ocean sanctuaries to shape geopolitics in S China Sea
Media mentioned the Paper Park Index by Dr. Daniel Pauly and Veronica Relano (Institute for the Oceans and Fisheries) which evaluated the effectiveness of marine protected areas.
UBCO study finds low-carb start to day helps battle type 2 diabetes
An international team led by UBCO researchers suggests a low-carb breakfast might help people living with Type 2 diabetes (T2D) better control their blood sugar levels.
‘Any of us would want a Tracy’: The friends who fought for Folbigg
Peter A. Allard School of Law professor Dr. Emma Cunliffe commented on the case of Kathleen Folbigg who was convicted of killing her four children in 2003.
Sydney Morning Herald
Will the British monarchy end with Prince George? An expert thinks so
Political science professor emeritus Dr. Philip Resnick commented on the continuation of the British monarchy.
India among top actors for foreign interference in Canada: national security adviser
School of public policy and global affairs adjunct professor Vina Nadjibulla commented on India being listed among the top sources of foreign influence in Canada.
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Green fireball shooting across the sky captured by B.C. man
Physics and astronomy professor Dr. Aaron Boley commented on the recent fireball event, or a bright meteor, across the skies of B.C.
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Mitigating the risk of AI
Computer science professor Dr. Jeff Clune discussed mitigating the risk of extinction from artificial intelligence.
QR Calgary (25:50 mark)
Kathleen Folbigg was demonised by a legal system that even punished efforts to establish her innocence
Peter A. Allard School of Law professor Dr. Emma Cunliffe wrote about Kathleen Folbigg who was convicted of killing her four children in 2003 and released from prison on Monday due to reasonable doubt.
B.C. court ruling defines family status discrimination
Sauder School of Business adjunct professor Elisabeth Cooke wrote about a recent B.C. Court of Appeal ruling that clarified discrimination based on family status.
Business in Vancouver
UBC Okanagan spotlights Syilx art during National Indigenous History Month
Artwork created by Krystle Silverfox, one of UBCO’s Indigenous artists in residence, will be on display at UBCO’s FINA gallery until Aug. 24.
BC student champions disability justice to win Lieutenant Governor's Medal
Biology student Rabiah Dhaliwal was recognized for her contributions to the promotion of diversity and inclusion at UBC.
How the UBC faculty of medicine is responding to the need for family physicians
Dr. Roger Wong, vice dean, education at the faculty of medicine discussed how UBC is collaborating with partners across the province to be part of the solution to primary healthcare in B.C. and Canada.
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