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New FIC award supports international student engagement
Simon Fraser University

Student innovation, engagement lead to Top 25 Under 25 awards;...

Simon Fraser University students and alumni are once again well represented as recipients of the Surrey Board of Trade's annual Top 25 Under 25 awards. Recipients will be recognized at an event at Surrey's Eaglequest Golf Club on May 26. ... Bloomberg, 6 days ago
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Canadian university's bionic hand lets people 'feel' their fingers Researches at the Simon Fraser University in Canada have come up with a control system for bionic hands that lets a person sense the fingers of the prosthetic limb.

[embedded content] Using your mind to control bionic arms is slowly becoming a thing, as this new development from Canada's Simon Fraser University shows. Researchers at the School of Engineering have developed a new system called M.A.S.S. Impact ...
 CNET.co.uk2 weeks ago This bionic hand can let users "feel" their fingers  MSN UK2 weeks ago Canadian university invents bionic hand that lets users "feel" their fingers - CNET  Uncova2 weeks ago This bionic hand can let users 'feel' their fingers  MSN News US2 weeks ago
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New control system developed for robotic upper limb prosthesis

Researchers at Simon Fraser University in Canada have created a new control system for a prosthetic arm that allows for a variety of grip patterns. The arm was developed for Danny Letain, a Paralympic skier who lost his left arm below the elbow ...
 Healio1 week ago Paralympian To Use New Bionic Hand Built By SFU Scientists For World's First 'Cybathlon'  Tech Times2 weeks ago SFU researchers develop new robotic prosthesis  Xinhua News Agency2 weeks ago Feel fingers move with new bionic hand SFU Research  Weekly Voice2 weeks ago
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B.C. man hopes bionic hand will earn him gold at 'Cyborg Olympics'

Danny Letain uses a bionic hand to help him eat an apple at Simon Fraser University in Burnaby, B.C. Tuesday, May 3, 2016. In October, the former Paralympian will test a new robotic prosthesis at the world's first cyborg Olympics in Zurich.
 CTV News3 weeks ago Bionic hand system created by SFU team allows parathlete to 'move' fingers  Newstalk 1290 CJBK3 weeks ago
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Innovation Making Waves Pulling Water From Air

Researchers in Simon Fraser University's School of Mechatronics Systems Engineering are tackling the world's water crisis by pulling water out of the air. Professor Majid Bahrami, the recipient of a 2016 Canada Clean50 Award, has spent the past ...
 Water Online3 weeks ago SFU engineers extract drinking water from air  EnvironmentGuru.com3 weeks ago
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In Memoriam: April 2016

Professor emeritus Fellow, 74; died 29 February Gruver, professor emeritus at Simon Fraser University, in Burnaby, B.C., Canada, began his career in 1971 as a researcher at DLR Space Research Center, in Cologne, Germany. He left DLR to spend a ...
 Spectrum Online4 weeks ago
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Why the tobacco industry funded HIV/AIDS support organizations

6:31 PM ET New research from Simon Fraser University says that tobacco companies tried to play one health crisis against another by funding
 CBC1 month ago Tobacco firms pushed AIDS agenda to protect profits  SciDev.net2 weeks ago PHILIP MORRIS : Tobacco Firms Pushed Aids Agenda to Protect Profits  4 Traders2 weeks ago Africa: Tobacco Firms Pushed Aids Agenda to Protect Profits  Sokolako2 weeks ago
BC Technology

Virtual Farm Game to Help Young Cancer Patients Deal with Treatment

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 ...
 Medical Design Technology4 days ago Today's Top Story: SFU Students Create Virtual Farm Game to Help Young Cancer Patients Deal With Treatment  BC Technology5 days ago SFU Students Create Virtual Farm Game to Help Young Cancer Patients Deal With Treatment  BC Technology5 days ago Water machine's creator thirsty for market  Business in Vancouver2 weeks ago
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SFU in the News (May 24, 2016)

Below is your daily copy of Media Matters. Provided by University Communications, Media Matters is a snapshot of Simon Fraser University in the news as ofTuesday, May 24, 2016. SFU in the News Public discourse is in a 'toxic state', says B.C.
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SFU writerinresidence Jordan Scott reflects on Guantanamo Bay

Simon Fraser University alumnus and writer Jordan Scott spent five days in the Guantanamo Bay Detention Center, in April 2015 as part of a special media tour of the infamous prison. His experience touring the facility shifted his research focus from ...
 Simon Fraser University4 days ago
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