Is workaholism bad for your health? It depends how engaged you are in your job, finds SFU Beedie study August 31, 2017
A new study investigates the phenomenon of ‘workaholism.’
Record-low salmon monitoring earns federal government a failing grade for conservation efforts say SFU experts August 21, 2017
Our knowledge of salmon populations in B.C. is eroding rapidly.
Student’s research helps prevent message from getting lost in (machine) translation August 17, 2017
Anahita Mansouri Bigvand is developing a better word-alignment model for statistical machine...
Adam Vaughan awarded MSFHR Health Policy Fellowship August 11, 2017
Adam will be working towards a provincial policy framework for opioid use, one of the most...
Technology tracks ‘bee talk’ to help improve honey bee health August 03, 2017
Graduate student Oldooz Pooyanfar is monitoring what more than 20,000 honeybees housed in hives in...
New Canada Research Chair at SFU boosts funding for energy-conversion technology July 20, 2017
SFU polymer chemist Steven Holdcroft is the new Canada Research Chair (CRC) in Electrochemical...
SFU/Weatherhaven collaboration taps SFU R&D, develops students’ job skills July 18, 2017
The collaboration will support Weatherhaven’s efforts to deliver on a $168-million...
Improving the sexual and reproductive health of people living with HIV July 13, 2017
SFU professor Angela Kaida wants to help shape health policies and programs to support HIV-affected...
Price awareness is a buzzkill, SFU Beedie research finds July 05, 2017
New research by SFU Beedie professor Brent McFerran investigates factors that determine how quickly...
Researchers developing wearable tech for stroke patients June 29, 2017
SFU professor Carlo Menon, recently named CRC in Biomedical Technology, is developing wearable...