Prof. Madjid Mohseni says unsafe drinking water is the cause of an estimated 90,000 illnesses every year – photo by Martin Dee
UBC Reports | Vol. 55 | No. 4 | Apr.
Too Many Canadians Without Safe Water: $5.2M to Help
For six million Canadians, quenching their thirst isn’t a matter of simply turning on the kitchen faucet.
How do you want your city to look in 100 years? A technology created at UBC is giving communities a peek at how today’s decisions can rewrite tomorrow’s cities.
In the digital world, it’s easier to tell a lie and get away with it. That’s good news for liars, but not so good for anyone being deceived.
Ever question the ethics or science behind advertising? Well, Prof. Judy Illes does.
A new UBC initiative will bring generations together to tell the oft-untold stories of Chinese-Canadians who endured some of this country’s darker days.
Sam Andema left his native Uganda in 2008 for a master’s program at UBC that he hopes will allow him to help revolutionize digital literacy in East Africa.
How to Catch an Olympic Cheat
Visit UBC’s 2010 website for this special online story
UBC student Cynthia Thomson is a doping control officer
for the 2010 Winter Games. For more UBC 2010 stories
and experts, visit www.ubc.ca/2010.