UBC's quest to understand and treat Alzheimer’s disease is being bolstered intellectually and technologically thanks to three gifts from philanthropist Charles Fipke.Read more...
UBC students will be the first in Canada to be able to study toward a bachelor degree in arts and sciences while also earning a Master of Management.
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Seven University of British Columbia faculty members have been inducted into the Royal Society of Canada.
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How Hong Kong’s protesters stay ahead of China’s social media censorsAlfred Hermida of UBC's Graduate School of Journalism explains how Hong Kong protesters are trying to sidestep the Great Firewall of China. Read more...
Placing earthquake sensors in schools is step one of a UBC engineer’s vision for a life-saving warning network.
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