Soccer fans attending the Union of European Football Association's Euro 2016 Football Championship in France should take a careful look at their tickets.
Counterfeit tickets have long plagued sporting events and the Euro Cup is no exception. Official ticket sales are only available through UEFA’s website, but unofficial sites claim to have tickets ranging from €900 to €5000 (C$1300 to C$7000) or more.
SFU SIAT professor Carman Neustaedter is one of more than 50 SFU researchers to receive new NSERC funding, and one of six to net an additional accelerator grant. His research will enable friends and families to join together in activities even while far apart.
If you think research is boring and unrelated to the real world, think again! Researching the Cityis an inspirational evening showcasing how seemingly "abstract" research activities have a real-world impact on our city.
This year's guiding event theme is "Innovation", representing not only tech start-ups and crowd-funding campaigns but a new way of thinking about research and its contributions to society.
Simon Fraser University students and alumni were once again well represented among recipients of the Surrey Board of Trade’s annual Top 25 Under 25 awards, walking away with almost half of the awards. Recipients were recognized at an event at Surrey’s Eaglequest Golf Club on May 26.
A virtual reality game that helps youths deal with cancer treatment—created by two Simon Fraser University students who spent time in hospital as youths, one as a cancer patient—is the latest pain management tool being developed in SFU’s Pain Studies Lab.