In the Media

CityNews Vancouver -- November 14 , 2021 -- Dr. Jess McIver and Dr. Evan Goetz
CityNews Vancouver - this week in science (gravitational waves)
AITHORITY -- November 8 , 2021 -- PHAs alumnus Tom Greaves (MSc)
Kenesto Appoints Tom Greaves As COO
The Globe and Mail -- November 8 , 2021 -- Dr. Aaron Boley
We must ban anti-satellite weapons testing to stop space from becoming a minefield
Physics World -- October 24 , 2021 -- Dr. Bill Unruh
Black-hole laser could have quantum computing applications
CBC Radio -- October 22 , 2021 -- Dr Jaymie Matthews and Alumna (PhD) Michelle Kunimoto
Want to pitch in to help discover unknown planets?
Popular Mechanics -- October 8 , 2021 -- Dr. Brett Gladman
Gas Giants May Have Bullied Planet 9 to the Fringes of Our Solar System
BCNET News -- October 5 , 2021 -- Dr. Mark Halpern
BCNET Network Speeding up Discoveries of the Universe
The Globe and Mail -- October 5 , 2021 -- PHAS alumnus (PhD) Geordie Rose
Once a pioneer, quantum computer developer D-Wave will start making same types of machines as rivals
WIRED -- October 1 , 2021 -- Dr. Aaron Boley and PHAS alumna Dr. Samantha Lawler
As SpaceX's Starlink Ramps Up, So Could Light Pollution
Interesting Engineering -- September 27 , 2021 -- Dr. Brett Gladman
Evidence Indicates There’s Another Planet the Size of Mars in Our Solar System
The Science Times -- September 23 , 2021 -- Dr. Brett Gladman
New Planet 9 Theory: Earth-Like Body Drifted and Hid in the Outskirts of Solar System
ScienceNews -- September 20 , 2021 -- Dr. Aaron Boley and PHAS alumna Dr. Samantha Lawler
Satellite swarms may outshine the night sky’s natural constellations
Interesting Engineering -- September 19 , 2021 -- Dr. Mark Van Raamsdonk
A Simple Equation Indicates Wormholes May Be the Key to Quantum Gravity
CBC On The Coast with Gloria Macarenko -- September 16 , 2021 -- Dr. Aaron Boley
Tens of thousands of new satellites expected to hamper astronomy
CBC News -- September 15 , 2021 -- Dr. Aaron Boley and PHAS alumna Dr. Samantha Lawler
Planned launch of thousands of satellites could obliterate our view of night skies, says astronomy prof
Physics World -- September 3 , 2021 -- Dr. Paul Hickson
Astronomers discover ideal conditions for stargazing on the Tibetan Plateau
SciTechDaily -- August 23 , 2021 -- PHAS Graduate Student Sofia Fatigoni
New Radio Image of Andromeda Galaxy Is the Most-Detailed Ever Captured
Technology Review -- August 19 , 2021 -- Dr. Paul Hickson
Chinese astronomers want to build an observatory in the Tibetan Plateau