The lazy days of summer – time for selling lemonade on the sidewalk, watching Canadians games at Nat Bailey Stadium, hanging around the pool, and.… learning about health technology?
For many Canadians, comparing Canada and the U.S. is a national pastime, right up there with hockey and complaining about the weather.
Lumber, rarely a structural material in commercial buildings, is having a 21st-century revival at UBC’s Centre for Interactive Research on Sustainability. It’s in beams, columns and floors and will help to make CIRS a regenerative building that improves its environment.
The need to navigate UBC’s complex web of research partnerships has sprung a first-of-its-kind project that could help a new UBC professor – and the rest of the world – visualize the strengths of the university’s enormous research enterprise and identify new opportunities for collaboration.