A UBC medical researcher has developed a high-tech, non-invasive method that shows promise in the diagnosis of lower urinary tract infections (UTIs).Read more...
The recent destruction of cultural heritage in Iraq by the Islamic State militant group (ISIS) shocked the world. The head of UNESCO, the United Nations cultural agency, described destruction at the heritage site of Nimrud as a “war crime.” Archaeologists at UBC and Simon Fraser University have also condemned the actions.
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Family fun and community camaraderie are on the agenda this weekend as part of Storm the Wall, one of UBC’s most iconic experiences.
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A Yes vote is a vote for healthy agingHeather McKay, professor in the Department of Orthopaedics and Family Practice, frames the transit plebiscite in terms of Metro Vancouver residents’ health and mobility. Read more here...
Carol Mayer, head of the curatorial department at the MOA, is available to speak about the connection between Vanuatu and MOA.
- Mon, March 30 3:30 p.m. - 5:30 p.m.
- CK Choi Building for The Institute of Asian Research, 1855 West Mall