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October 24, 2006

Internet crime, energy, heart disease, breast cancer – Issues, Experts and Ideas

Crime and the Internet
Closer energy ties with U.S. – report
New fight against heart disease
Politics of breast cancer - advancing research

Crime and the Internet
Participants at a Vancouver conference this week will look at the rising problem of crime on the Internet and how to combat it. SFU associate communication professor Richard Smith specializes in how we use the internet and can look at why and how people get involved in criminal activity or become victims of such crimes.

Richard Smith, 604.291.5116 (o),604.947.9287 (h); smith@sfu.ca

Closer energy ties with U.S. – report
SFU political scientist Alexander Moens says Canada should strengthen its energy ties with the U.S. if it wants secure oil and gas supplies and stabilize its own markets. Moens is co-author of a new Fraser Institute report, Achieving Energy Security through Integrated Canadian-American Markets. It also suggests Canada re-evaluate its foreign ownership policies and set up a task force on B.C.’s offshore oil and gas reserves.

Alexander Moens, 604.291.4361 (o); alexander_moens@sfu.ca

New fight against heart disease
A new national endeavor to fight heart disease has been unveiled and will target hypertension and the surveillance of cardiovascular disease in its initial phase. David MacLean, dean of SFU’s faculty of health sciences, is a member of the Healthy Heart Strategy and can look at the initiative’s challenges and goals.

David MacLean, 604.291.5361; david_maclean@sfu.ca

Politics of breast cancer – advancing research
Chemotherapy, gene therapy, radiotherapy: There are so many directions in which researchers are pushing the envelope in breast cancer research. Two SFU breast cancer researchers, Kari and Sharon Borski, will join SFU public affairs and media relations officer Carol Thorbes, a breast cancer survivor, at a free public event on the politics of breast cancer on Wednesday, October 25, 7-9 p.m. at Renaissance Coffee in the Cornerstone Building, SFU Burnaby.

Carol Thorbes, 604.291.3035, cthorbes@sfu.ca