Engineering science master’s student Jordan Lui got more than he bargained for when he embarked on a research placement with the Università degli studi Roma Tre (Roma Tre University) in Rome, Italy earlier this year.
Not only is he working on novel electronics research with top Italian researchers, he has also rubbed shoulders with famed European astronauts at the European Space Agency in Germany.
SFU researchers have created a patent-pending, optical diagnostic probe capable of more safely and non-invasively detect early stage breast cancer.
Recent testing of their diffuse optical breast-scanning (DOB-Scan) probe during an initial clinical study at Surrey’s Jim Pattison Outpatient Care and Surgery Centre found that it can conclusively confirm cancer, while also providing more detail about “suspicious tissue” than conventional methods.
An interdisciplinary team of Simon Fraser University undergraduates has qualified as one of two teams that will represent Canada at The Global Challenge to be held at the University of Oxford, UK, on April 30 and May 1.
The Global Challenge is an international competition for students to explore and present ideas around social and environmental change.
An interdisciplinary team of SFU undergraduates has qualified as one of two teams that will represent Canada at The Global Challenge, taking place at the University of Oxford, UK, on April 30 and May 1. The Global Challenge is an international competition for students to explore and present ideas around social and environmental change.
SFU professor Kanna Hayashi, an internationally recognized substance-use epidemiologist and a human-rights advocate for people who use drugs, is the inaugural St. Paul’s Hospital Chair in Substance Use Research.
SFU's Opportunity Fest, held annually in March, showcases student innovators and entrepreneurs from across the University, and celebrates their increasing interdisciplinary collaboration.
This marketplace-style festival of student creativity, hosted by SFU's Beedie School of Business at the Surrey campus, allows students to showcase their products and ventures, from business plans to product prototypes, to the wider community.
The 2017 #BCTECH Summit was a huge success, attracting more than 5,000 business and technology leaders and entrepreneurs, academics and students.
The SFU Innovates booth was equally successful, and buzzed with excitement. It featured examples of our innovative research, showcased 4D LABS’ facilities and services, and introduced visitors to KEY, SFU’s Big Data Initiative.
Burnaby North-Seymour MP and Beedie School of Business alumnus Terry Beech has been named a World Economic ForumYoung Global Leader. The program recognizes young leaders from across 40 different countries who are making positive changes in their communities.