Millions awarded to inspiring health research at SFU March 15, 2018
SFU’s Faculty of Health Sciences punches above its weight when it comes to successfully...
Prize-winning book brings 10,000 years of Shuswap First Nation history to life March 14, 2018
It has won the 2018 Basil Stuart-Stubbs Book Prize and has been shortlisted for a BC Book Prize.
SFU study finds no adverse effects on BC's coast following Fukushima nuclear accident March 08, 2018
Concern for public safety motivated the team to repeatedly sample and analyze West Coast soil and...
Wildlife conservation in North America may not be science-based after all March 07, 2018
A study led by recent SFU PhD alumnus Kyle Artelle has unveiled new findings that challenge the...
Smart charging won't increase electric vehicle adoption March 06, 2018
Jonn Axsen, of SFU’s School of Resource and Environmental Management, reveals that smart...
Exercise may decrease heart drug's effectiveness March 05, 2018
SFU professor Peter Ruben and his team of researchers has discovered that some physiological...
Renewing Canada's leadership in global health March 01, 2018
An analysis of Canada’s contributions to health, outlines several challenges Canada must...
HIV-infected Ethiopian children failing therapy show high levels of drug resistance February 27, 2018
SFU health sciences researchers undertook a survey of HIV drug resistance among infected children...
Hospital funding reforms require transparency and collaboration: study February 21, 2018
A recent study by Karen Palmer, an SFU health sciences adjunct professor, finds that achieving...
Study shows bowel care is the most pressing quality of life issue for those with spinal cord injury February 15, 2018
Bowel care, followed by sexual and bladder function and pain, is the most pressing quality of life...