Students’ web-enabled drone could enhance security systems February 27, 2015
Security drone is 3-D printed, controlled by laptop and will be featured at Surrey Open House March...
Researchers' maps describe epigenome's role in human health and disease February 18, 2015
By Carol Thorbes Researchers affiliated with several organizations, including Simon Fraser...
Steacie Fellowship recipient pursues media-sharing technologies February 17, 2015
With support from a prestigious Steacie Fellowship, Simon Fraser University computing science...
SFU plays key role in new national hub for glycomics research February 17, 2015
Simon Fraser University is playing a key role in the new Canadian Glycomics Network (GlycoNet)...
In marital relationships, maybe ignorance is bliss February 12, 2015
SFU psychologist Rebecca Cobb finds that pre-marital relationship-education programs are not...
Study recommends closing the high seas to fishing February 12, 2015
The world’s high seas should be closed to fishing argues a new study in the journal Scientific...
Heart cells throb in SFU lab February 12, 2015
By Diane Luckow In the molecular cardiac physiology lab at Simon Fraser University are dozens of...
Skull reveals clues about origins of first modern humans January 29, 2015
Francesco Berna, a Simon Fraser University professor of archaeology, is part of an Israeli-led team...
Orangutans take the logging road January 29, 2015
'Foot' travel by Borneo's shaggy tree-swinging apes may be evolving more than initially thought.
Museum of Anthropology exhibit features SFU SIAT team’s design and technology January 21, 2015
For the past six months, SIAT professors Kate Hennessy and Alissa Antle, and graduate student Reese...