SFU students’ AI solution shields against video voyeurs July 18, 2019
SFU grad students are proposing a privacy-shielding solution using artificial intelligence that...
Compliant flooring not the answer to preventing fall-related injuries July 03, 2019
A team of SFu scientists and patient-safety experts from the Fraser Health Authority have been...
SFU 2019 Vanier scholar explores impact of virtual reality on chronic illness June 25, 2019
Could virtual reality (VR) become a tool to support people suffering from chronic illness? Simon...
Global study links better education, wealth to improved heart health June 05, 2019
Findings from a sweeping global study reveal a direct correlation between socioeconomic status and...
Complacency the biggest challenge facing gender equity – the work is not done. A Q&A with Joy Johnson May 31, 2019
SFU's vice-president, research and international chatted with SFU News about the university's...
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...