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Discover a selection of international news coverage of the advances made by the CIFAR global research community. To arrange an interview with one of our experts, contact CIFAR Media Relations Officer Kathleen Sandusky.
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Our community of researchers, and members of our executive team, are regularly featured in the world's most trusted news outlets, including the BBC, The Economist, The Globe & Mail, the Hill Times, National Geographic, Nature, the New York Times, and Science.
Science gave us excellent vaccines. Why bend the rules?
Globe & Mail
Opinion by CIFAR president & CEO Alan Bernstein
Life on Mars? Billion-year-old water found near Timmins could offer glimpse into the past
Profile of work by CIFAR program co-director Barbara Sherwood-Lollar
America Can’t Even Produce the Things It Invented
New York Times
Opinion co-authored by CIFAR fellow Dan Breznitz
Coronavirus: What does Covid-19 do to the brain?
Profile of work by CIFAR fellow Adrian Owen
Mystery Object Blurs Line between Neutron Stars and Black Holes
Profile of work by CIFAR program co-director Vicky Kalogera
Cosmic Rays May Explain Life’s Bias for Right-Handed DNA
Profile of work by CIFAR advisor Roger Blandford
Harnessing public’s collective duty key in ongoing COVID-19 fight, behavioural expert says
Interview with CIFAR fellow Stephen Reicher
Cold War Antiseptic May Be Valuable Germ Fighter
Profile of work by CIFAR advisor David Denning
The quantum Hall effect continues to reveal its secrets to mathematicians and physicists
Discussion of work by CIFAR associate fellow Michael Hastings
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