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Linguistics / Literature - Campus - 22.04.2024
New Chung | Lind Gallery brings B.C. histories together at UBC Library
New Chung | Lind Gallery brings B.C. histories together at UBC Library

Environment - Life Sciences - 18.04.2024
UBC experts on Earth Day 2024

Social Sciences - 17.04.2024
Radically inclusive new nightlife scenes emerge from ashes of closed gay bars
Radically inclusive new nightlife scenes emerge from ashes of closed gay bars

Environment - Earth Sciences - 16.04.2024
How art can help us talk about the green transition
How art can help us talk about the green transition

Politics - Campus - 15.04.2024
UBC experts on 2024 federal budget
UBC experts on 2024 federal budget

Health - 15.04.2024
Walking for Joy at UBC: Half a billion steps for health and community
Walking for Joy at UBC: Half a billion steps for health and community

Environment - 10.04.2024
UBC experts on latest snowpack report
UBC experts on latest snowpack report

Social Sciences - 09.04.2024
Walking alongside Survivors: How the Indian Residential School History and Dialogue Centre supports access to Residential School records
Walking alongside Survivors: How the Indian Residential School History and Dialogue Centre supports access to Residential School records

Astronomy / Space - Event - 05.04.2024
Event: How to view the solar eclipse in B.C
Event: How to view the solar eclipse in B.C

Social Sciences - 04.04.2024
Unprecedented field work leads to new book about how to stop youth suicide from spreading
Unprecedented field work leads to new book about how to stop youth suicide from spreading

Agronomy / Food Science - Environment - 03.04.2024
Where the wild bees are-and aren't-impacts food supply
Where the wild bees are-and aren’t-impacts food supply
Honey bees-plump, fuzzy and famed for their honey-making-capture the popular imagination. Yet, wild bees are equally vital for pollination and, by some measures, outshine honey bees as pollinators.

Social Sciences - Campus - 28.03.2024
UBC experts on International Transgender Day of Visibility
UBC experts on International Transgender Day of Visibility

Environment - Social Sciences - 27.03.2024
The 2024 wildfire season has started - here's what we need to know
The 2024 wildfire season has started - here’s what we need to know

Astronomy / Space - Media - 26.03.2024
Ask Canadian Space Agency astronaut Jeremy Hansen your questions about going to the Moon
Ask Canadian Space Agency astronaut Jeremy Hansen your questions about going to the Moon

Health - 25.03.2024
Solar eclipses associated with increased traffic fatalities
With a total solar eclipse approaching, researchers are offering advice to prevent a possible surge in traffic fatalities based on new research examining traffic risks around the 2017 total eclipse.

Career - Economics - 18.03.2024
Keeping in touch: Why businesses are cultivating relationships with former employees

Life Sciences - 15.03.2024
Shark-bitten orcas in the Northeastern Pacific could be a new population of killer whale
Shark-bitten orcas in the Northeastern Pacific could be a new population of killer whale
UBC researchers believe a group of killer whales observed hunting marine mammals including sperm whales, as well as a sea turtle, in the open ocean off California and Oregon could be a new population.

Health - Pharmacology - 06.03.2024
UBC experts on Ramadan and fasting
UBC experts on Ramadan and fasting

Health - Pharmacology - 29.02.2024
A safer treatment path for high-risk children to overcome food allergies
A safer treatment path for high-risk children to overcome food allergies
New UBC research reveals a safe path to overcoming food allergies for older children and others who can't risk consuming allergens orally to build up their resistance.

Environment - 29.02.2024
Driving an electric car is cheaper in some parts of Canada than others

Health - 28.02.2024
Young people at the centre of the toxic drug crisis
Young people at the centre of the toxic drug crisis

Social Sciences - Pedagogy - 12.02.2024
Dating in the digital age: How online dating changes our partner selection
Dating in the digital age: How online dating changes our partner selection
The growing use of online dating websites, apps and chatrooms has an influence on the types of romantic partners Canadians choose, according to a new UBC sociology study.

Environment - 08.02.2024
Global contest aims to predict peak bloom dates for cherry blossoms
Global contest aims to predict peak bloom dates for cherry blossoms

Environment - Social Sciences - 07.02.2024
Event: UBC hosts seminar on Indigenous Peoples' right to traditional economies, sustainable development, and food security in an age of climate change
Event: UBC hosts seminar on Indigenous Peoples’ right to traditional economies, sustainable development, and food security in an age of climate change

Social Sciences - 01.02.2024
How the international student cap affects immigration to Canada
How the international student cap affects immigration to Canada

Event - 31.01.2024
Event: Lunar New Year market at UBC Botanical Garden

Social Sciences - 29.01.2024
UBC experts on Black History Month
UBC experts on Black History Month

Health - Pharmacology - 29.01.2024
How exercise can boost cancer treatment and recovery
How exercise can boost cancer treatment and recovery
A team of UBC researchers wants to help people living with cancer incorporate exercise as an important part of their treatment and recovery.

Architecture - 25.01.2024
Flawed foreign ownership narratives drove 'housing nationalism' in Canada
Flawed foreign ownership narratives drove ’housing nationalism’ in Canada
The number of B.C. homes owned by people who live outside of Canada is less than half the number of homes that B.C. residents own abroad.

Innovation - Campus - 11.01.2024
ChatGPT has read almost the whole internet. That hasn't solved its diversity issues
ChatGPT has read almost the whole internet. That hasn’t solved its diversity issues
AI language models are booming. The current frontrunner is ChatGPT, which can do everything from taking a bar exam, to creating an HR policy, to writing a movie script.

Environment - Earth Sciences - 09.01.2024
UBC experts on cold and extreme weather
UBC experts on cold and extreme weather

Civil Engineering - 14.12.2023
UBC-led initiative protects salmon against toxic road runoffs
UBC-led initiative protects salmon against toxic road runoffs
Science, Health & Technology Lou Corpuz-Bosshart The roads, bridges and highways that crisscross B.C. take us where we want to go.

Environment - Social Sciences - 12.12.2023
UBC Forestry to launch Centre for Wildfire Coexistence
UBC Forestry to launch Centre for Wildfire Coexistence

Economics - Agronomy / Food Science - 07.12.2023
Food prices projected to rise in 2024, but less than previous years
Overall food prices will increase between 2.5 to 4.5 per cent in 2024, according to the 14 edition of Canada's Food Price Report released today.

Earth Sciences - Life Sciences - 07.12.2023
All-woman crew of marine scientists rowing 5,000 km non-stop for ocean conservation
All-woman crew of marine scientists rowing 5,000 km non-stop for ocean conservation

Economics - 07.12.2023
People more likely to behave unethically toward groups than individuals: UBC study
People are more likely to act deceptively when dealing with a group than an individual, according to research from the UBC Sauder School of Business.

Administration - 05.12.2023
Government supports continued research to reduce gambling-related harms
Government supports continued research to reduce gambling-related harms

Environment - 29.11.2023
Your local sea snail might not make it in warmer oceans - but oysters will
Your local sea snail might not make it in warmer oceans - but oysters will

Life Sciences - Environment - 27.11.2023
Great UBC Bug Bake Off to serve up insect delights
Great UBC Bug Bake Off to serve up insect delights

Health - Pharmacology - 27.11.2023
Stem cell-based treatment controls blood sugar in people with Type 1 diabetes
Stem cell-based treatment controls blood sugar in people with Type 1 diabetes
Science, Health & Technology Brett Goldhawk An innovative stem cell-based treatment for Type 1 diabetes can meaningfully regulate blood glucose levels and reduce dependence on daily insulin injections, according to new clinical trial results from the University of British Columbia (UBC) and Vancouver Coastal Health (VCH).

Campus - 20.11.2023
UBC Vancouver's snow removal team prepares for action
UBC Vancouver’s snow removal team prepares for action

Environment - Chemistry - 16.11.2023
World-leading scientists named Canada Excellence Research Chairs at UBC
World-leading scientists named Canada Excellence Research Chairs at UBC
Three internationally renowned scientists have been named Canada Excellence Research Chairs at the University of British Columbia.

Environment - Mathematics - 15.11.2023
Future leaders are learning how to tackle climate change in math class this year
Future leaders are learning how to tackle climate change in math class this year

Environment - Health - 15.11.2023
UBC experts on UN climate summit and related topics

Innovation - 14.11.2023
Team deploys AI-powered robots for faster, safer construction
Team deploys AI-powered robots for faster, safer construction

Law - 01.11.2023
Why is the law different when you're unhoused?
Why is the law different when you’re unhoused?
We all have cherished belongings: a photo of your children, a beloved relative's ashes. These things are treasured, no matter where you live.

Life Sciences - Health - 30.10.2023
Mind-control worms and eye-bulging fungus: real-life horror from nature this Halloween
Mind-control worms and eye-bulging fungus: real-life horror from nature this Halloween
Science, Health & Technology Alex Walls If you're looking for a horror show to check out this Halloween, look no further than nature itself.

Life Sciences - Environment - 30.10.2023
Low-income countries could lose 30% of nutrients like protein and omega-3 from seafood due to climate change
Low-income countries could lose 30% of nutrients like protein and omega-3 from seafood due to climate change
Science, Health & Technology Alex Walls The nutrients available from seafood could drop by 30 per cent for low-income countries by the end of the century due to climate change, suggests new UBC research.

Health - Environment - 26.10.2023
Can AI nip tree disease in the bud?
Can AI nip tree disease in the bud?

Microtechnics - 26.10.2023
Breakthrough 'robot skin' in collaboration with Honda researchers
Breakthrough ’robot skin’ in collaboration with Honda researchers
Science, Health & Technology Lou Corpuz-Bosshart Smart soft sensor can improve prosthetics and enhance human-robot interaction Smart, stretchable and highly sensitive, a new soft sensor developed by
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