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Vancouver high school students disciplined over alleged bullying list

Similar stories appeared in News 1130 and Winnipeg City News.

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Gender gap persists in B.C.’s engineering sector

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Low-cost skin-cancer detector developed by UBC researcher Social Sharing

The story also appeared on GlobalStar Vancouver and News 1130.

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How much sleep do teenagers really need?

A similar article appeared in The Conversation.

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Dan Levitt: Who wants to live to 100?

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Customized and Community-Driven Clean Water Solutions

For as long as they could remember, many members of the Lytton First Nation in British Columbia had been wary of tap water. Even as children, they had known that if they drank it, they might get sick. So in the summer of 2016, it was with cautious optimism that the residents of five homes in two Lytton reserves watched as a new water treatment system was installed in their basements. Could this refrigerator-sized device, developed by researchers at UBC really give them the clean tap water they had needed for years?

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UBC engineering team recovers stolen project bike

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How do we curb the rise of the distracted pedestrian?

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Gay-straight alliances make schools feel safer for straight kids too, research shows

A similar article appeared in Indo-Canadian Voice and Lavender

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Integrating cultural practices improves health care for Indigenous women living with partner violence

Jan 31, 2019    |   For more information, contact Lou Corpuz-Bosshart

The health of Indigenous women recovering from the trauma of partner violence improves when the healing process integrates elder-led circles and other cultural elements, finds new research from the University of British Columbia and Western University.

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