UBC’s Crane Library provides students with audio recorded materials.
It is sustained by volunteers like Mary Taitt
Rajdeep Singh Gill’s ideas won’t be put in a box
Study aims to find better ways to promote cardiac rehabilitation
Hunching over like Quasimodo can take its toll, but until recently, dentists didn’t know they had a choice.
A legal expert is examining how factors like improper expert testimony may derail the justice system
A researcher is found dead hunched over her lab bench, and seven suspects are in custody. Now it’s up to 30 high school students to determine who killed her.
Vision to strengthen rural care resonates with graduates
Prof studies environmental accountability of financiers.
Building a B.C. version of a European home that stays warm without a furnace
A campus building that will model new environmental technologies nears completion
In quiet moments, PhD student Robyn Bourgeois sometimes finds herself wondering what might have become of serial killer Robert Pickton’s victims had they escaped the culture of drugs and violence that plagues women in Vancouver’s Downtown Eastside.
Arts Dean Gage Averill on the Grammy experience
UBC RESEARCH ‘Clean fuel’ not always successful As reported by the New Scientist, United Press International and the Vancouver Sun, UBC researchers say a program in New Delhi, India, to […]