UBC researcher is sending yeast to the International Space Station to learn about genetics and the environment.Read more...
UBC will be educating more speech-language therapists, thanks to a boost in provincial funding.
Seven University of British Columbia faculty members have been inducted into the Royal Society of Canada.
UBC’s new President Arvind Gupta pledged in his formal academic installation ceremony today to increase funding for research excellence by $100 million during his presidency.
UBC, in collaboration with BetaLogics Venture, a division of Janssen Research & Development, LLC, has published a study highlighting a protocol to convert stem cells into insulin-producing cells.
- CBC Early Edition ‐ UBC President Arvind Gupta talks shop
- CTV Vancouver ‐ WestJet adds baggage charges
- Georgia Straight ‐ Wearable technology sets sail in Vancouver
- Global National ‐ Microsoft acquires ‘Minecraft’ for $2.5 billion
- Vancouver Sun ‐ B.C. schools could reopen Monday after ‘historic’ deal
- Vancouver Sun ‐ B.C. children need and deserve our help
- Vancouver Sun ‐ B.C. boosts speech therapy spots at UBC
- Vancouver Sun ‐ Acoustic titans launch Chan Centre concert season
- 24 Hours Vancouver ‐ ‘Mr. Burns’ fights incinerator plans
- Castanet ‐ UBCO Prof speaks at UN
- UBC prepares for big jump in speech-language pathology students
- Seven UBC professors elected to Royal Society of Canada
- New president pledges to boost UBC research excellence
- Diabetes researchers find faster way to create insulin-producing cells
- Chemical signals in the brain help guide risky decisions
- Globalization threatens benefits of an African ‘green revolution’
- Green neighbourhoods lead to higher birth weights: study
- Susan Danard to lead UBC Public Affairs
- UBC receives $3.5M for research into Canada’s oceans, new projects
- Young UBC researchers receive $5.7 M in Vanier, Banting awards
- Salmon forced to ‘sprint’ less likely to survive migration
- Criminal charges against former UBC assoc. prof: UBC statement
- The Paul G. Allen Family Foundation grants $2.6 million to improve data on world fisheries
- Fish study links brain size to parental duties
- Global study ranks world’s most efficient airports for 2014
- Antibiotics in early life may alter immunity long-term
- Stronger drunk driving laws lead to safer roads: study
- Vancouver campus safety enhanced, further improvements planned
- Powerful math creates 3-D shapes from simple sketches
- UBC experts for comment on 100th anniversary of First World War
- UBC This Week 1-May-2014 7,516 views
- UBC This Week 05-Jan-2012 7,200 views
- The Paul G. Allen Family Foundation grants $2.6 million to improve data on world fisheries 4,526 views
- Vancouver campus: All things new and beautiful 4,210 views
- UBC experts for B.C. election 3,946 views
- New Centre for Brain Health to unite research and patient care 3,852 views
- Antibiotics in early life may alter immunity long-term 3,745 views
- Study reveals ‘unhappiest’ cities in the U.S. 3,322 views
- 2014 UBC graduate snapshots 3,224 views
- UBC This Week 3,004 views
Leadership lesson from Kofi AnnanPeople can learn a lot about how to lead from Kofi Annan, says UBC Sauder School of Business Dean Robert Helsley. Read more...
Placing earthquake sensors in schools is step one of a UBC engineer’s vision for a life-saving warning network.
- Wed Sep 17 2014, 7:30 PM
- Vogue Theatre, 918 Granville Street