“They came together and thought about ‘Okay let’s sit down, and let’s think about inclusivity [and] how to make things accessible for other people,’ and I think that discussion that was taking place was very important, especially for the tech industry in Vancouver.”
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“Knowing how our human ancestors interacted with plants over thousands of years, maintaining forest diversity without destroying the forests is something we want to learn about.”
“I would emphasize the potential for wood to be the material of this century,” said Meyboom. “The question is what can [wood] do?”
“I urge people to find out what kind of data is being collected and where it’s going. Ask questions … Where are we going with this [technology]? What is the future we want?”
“I was really fortunate to have a lot of capable and talented lab members whose skills were varied,” said Raghuvanshi.
Systemic change requires a combination of innovative ideas and dedicated action.
“We need to mobilize that knowledge and get it to people who will be able to implement it.”
“Increasing breast density has two major effects,” said Coldman. “It increases the risk of breast cancer and reduces the ability to detect it by mammography.”
“Just knowing THC and CBD is not enough, we need to know more about the other molecules that are there,” said Murch.
“There’s a lot of things that we have to consider when we’re thinking about greening our buildings,” Mungall said. “How do you green a building and keep it affordable?”
"We are very interested in seeing if these types of health disparities can be reflected in the difference of these tags,” said Gladish.
“The new Institute for Advanced Medical Isotopes will unite world-leading experts across industry, academia and government,” said Trudeau.
“The single biggest thing we can do to help [a new female engineering student] is to help them feel that they’re a part of the community,” said French-Staub.
“He was a really good guy. I don’t think it’s an accident that he’s iconic in BC,” said Ng.
“It allows us to answer questions such as how much would it cost to save all of Canada’s species at risk and which management actions would save the most species per dollar invested,” said Martin.