Pioneering B.C. HIV/AIDS researcher honoured on new Canada Post stamp

A renowned British Columbia doctor is being celebrated for his pioneering work fighting HIV/AIDS with a new commemorative stamp. Dr. Julio Montaner is one

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Why do we procrastinate? There’s a science behind it, says Calgary researcher

In the beginning, many of us working from home may have found it to be just as productive as working in the office. But

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Strong case to be made for spitting incident to be considered hate crime, says researcher

An Alberta researcher says there’s a strong argument to be made that a recent spitting incident involving a racial slur could be considered a

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U of A researcher to study quality of antibody responses in COVID-19 patients

An Edmonton researcher and Canadian Blood Services will soon be embarking on a serology study to better understand the quality of antibody responses in

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Warming waters could put rare, fragile glass sponge reefs at risk, UBC researcher says

Rare glass sponge reefs are at risk of starvation with increasing temperatures in the waters of Howe Sound and the Strait of Georgia off

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New study from UBC researcher outlines pathway toward blocking COVID-19 virus

The University of British Columbia announced Thursday that an international team led by Dr. Josef Penninger has found a potential drug that helps block infection from the

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Kind, ‘caring’ researcher killed on Flight PS752 was visiting his wife for 1st anniversary

This is part of a series on the B.C. victims of Ukraine International Airlines Flight 752, which was downed near Tehran, Iran, on Jan.

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‘A huge issue of mental health’: Researcher receives $80K grant to study history of hazing

For some, hazing is a rite of passage, a way to bond and be inducted into a group through a shared challenging experience. But

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Step back: researcher says 10,000 steps a day isn’t optimal for everyone

Ten-thousand steps a day – it’s the magic number cited by manufacturers of fitness trackers, but is there any science behind it? According to

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Inhaling smoke from wildfires equal to smoking a few packs a day: researcher

Inhaling smoke from a wildfire can be equal to smoking a couple of packs of cigarettes a day depending on its thickness, says a

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