- Brain patterns cannot reveal end-of-life decisions for patients with severe brain injuries
- Dr. Judy Illes nominated at the 34th YWCA Women of Distinction Awards
- Blood, brains and mushrooms: Neurocraft exhibition opens in Winnipeg
- Fixing fentanyl with naloxone alone won't work
- UBC’s beacons of hope in the war against Alzheimer’s disease
- Ethics at CIHR: Moving Forward
- Women in science: part II
- Opinion: Head transplant an unjustified ghoulish human experiment
- On the Origin of Scientists: Neuroethicist Judy Illes
- The Stem Cell Network 2016 Research Funding Results
Gordie Howe’s family says he has gone ‘for daily walks and helps out around the house’ at his son Murray’s home in Ohio since undergoing a second stem cell treatment this month. Click the title to read more.
Elizabeth Renzetti writes for the Globe and Mail in response to Nobel Prize winner Sir Timothy Hunt’s recent comments about female scientists. Click the title to read more.
A group of 18 people – mostly baby boomers – sit around tables at a downtown Vancouver hotel, laughing and chatting. They’re dressed in jeans and khakis, polos and T-shirts. There’s nothing to suggest this is anything more than a lunch date. Click the title to read more.
The public response to the appeal on behalf of Eugene Melnyk, owner of the Ottawa Senators hockey team, for a liver donor has been a heartwarming demonstration of the generosity of our community. Fortunately, it appears from media reports that there is a good chance he will receive a life-saving transplant in time. To read […]
Nearly 100 faculty members at the University of British Columbia and other universities across the country are pressing the head of the Canada Science and Technology Museum in Ottawa to take swifter action in addressing the lack of female nominees to the hall of fame it hosts.
Core’s Cody Lo discusses Ethics in Spinal Cord Injury at the recent UBC Multidisciplinary Undergraduate Research Conference (MURC). Listen to his talk as part of MURC’s podcast series:
Women are enrolling in science and engineering in record numbers, but rarely win awards and often leave the field. What’s happening? Women are being forced out of careers in science and engineering, not because they can’t juggle babies and Bunsen burners, but because they’re discouraged at every turn by thousands of small, sexist moments that […]
The Canadian Science and Engineering Hall of Fame has nominated no women for the second year in a row, but we had no problem coming up with names. Click the title to read more.
Two UBC professors resign from selection committee from Canadian Science and Engineering Hall of Fame due to lack of female representation
Two Canadian scientists and UBC professors have resigned from the selection committee of the Canadian Science and Engineering Hall of Fame over disputes that, for the second time in as many years, there are no female nominees for induction. With these resignations, this leaves only one female board member, Jeanette Southwood, in the panel of […]
UBC researchers resign in protest as Science Hall of Fame goes two years without nominating a female
Two female researchers tasked with helping to recognize the top scientists in the country have stepped down from their duties to protest lack of recognition for other women in the field. Click the title to read more.