UBC In The News
Scientists find common origin behind major childhood allergies
Several major childhood allergies may all stem from the community of bacteria living in our gut, according to a new study led by researchers at the faculty of medicine and BC Children’s Hospital.
Asian News International
There are upsides to letting employees occasionally not follow the rules, study finds
Dr. Irene Kim (Sauder School of Business) led a study which suggested that employers should occasionally allow workers to ignore rules to help better serve customers.
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Woman with paralysis can speak by thinking with a brain implant and A.I.
Neurology professor Dr. Judy Illes commented on a device that enabled two people with paralysis to communicate.
Dog begs to join neighbour's daycare but has instant 'regret' in viral clip
Psychology professor emeritus Dr. Stanley Coren commented on the socialization of dogs.
Air traffic control failure in the UK
Sauder School of Business professor Dr. Werner Antweiler commented on the air traffic control failure in the U.K. that caused major travel delays.
CBC Early Edition (6:20 mark)
Will Japan's nuclear wastewater affect B.C.'s coast?
Dr. Allison Macfarlane (school of public policy and global affairs) commented on Japan’s plan to release radioactive water into the Pacific Ocean.
After fires, B.C. communities at higher risk of floods and landslides
Forestry professor Dr. Younes Alila and lecturer Dr. Peter Wood discussed the environmental impacts of B.C.’s recent wildfires.