Tiny fish a big lure for life on coral reefs May 23, 2019
Research, published in Science, examines how commonly overlooked tiny fish are a bountiful food...
Big energy savings for tiny machines May 21, 2019
SFU-led team first to demonstrate theory behind energy-efficient nanomachines.
True identity of imposter 'pigs' on 17th century map overturns early colonial history of Barbados May 14, 2019
In Barbados, that has been a historical mystery ever since the first English colonists arrived on...
When juggling work and family, women offer more emotional support than men — study May 09, 2019
A study by SFU Beedie professor Lieke ten Brummelhuis reveals that under the pressures of juggling...
Report addressing research ethics seeks to improve researcher-participant relationships in DTES May 02, 2019
A new report looks at ethical concerns when conducting research with marginalized populations in...
Honeydew secretions of aphids provide sustenance for mosquitoes April 08, 2019
Hemipteran honeydew, a sugar-rich sticky liquid produced by aphids as they feed on plant sap,...
SFU studies causes behind sudden infant death April 05, 2019
Certain cases of sudden unexpected death in infants are linked with genetic variants that cause...
Citizen scientists’ rare fossil bird finds shed new light on avian history April 04, 2019
Citizen scientists Albrecht Klockner's yellowed newspaper clipping of a bird fossil led SFU...
Educational intervention may relieve some of the stigma of autism April 02, 2019
SFU post-doctoral researcher Nikki Scheerer is investigating whether an educational presentation...
The future of women’s voices in media: an interview with Gender Gap Tracker’s lead SFU researcher March 28, 2019
SFU News caught up with Maite Taboada to learn more about the collaborative effort behind the...