UBC In The News
Scientists say all men fit into three categories – so which one are you?
Dr. John Oliffe, a nursing professor who leads the UBC men’s health research program, led a study which found three masculine styles manifested in relationships: neo-traditional, egalitarian and progressive.
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How smart are raccoons? A UBC study hopes to find out by running an experiment in your backyard
Professor Dr. Sarah Benson-Amram (forestry; science) and graduate student Hannah Griebling (forestry) are looking to learn more about how raccoons’ brains work.
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Riding a wave to better medical diagnosis
UBCO engineering professor Dr. Jonathan Holzman and graduate student Alexis Guidi are exploring the potential of terahertz radiation to improve the quality of medical diagnostic imaging.
B.C.’s drought woes could be helped by raising cost of water for companies, critics say
Forestry professor Dr. Younes Alila commented on B.C.’s drought.
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Here’s what’s actually happening when you have trouble remembering a familiar word
Psychology professor Dr. Todd Handy commented on tip-of-the-tongue phenomenon, which is when you know you have a specific piece of information stored in your memory, but you can’t quite recall it.
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The art of holding space
Rohene Bouajram, associate director of strategic Indigenous, Black and People of Colour (IBPOC) initiatives, gave strategies to nurture graduate students for flourishing careers.
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The mountains are missing economic opportunities of diversity
Sauder School of Business adjunct professor Dr. Elisabeth Cooke argued that ski resorts across Canada can dramatically increase their profitability by welcoming diverse groups on the mountains.
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