UBC researcher is sending yeast to the International Space Station to learn about genetics and the environment.Read more...
A gambler’s decision to stay or fold in a game of cards could be influenced by a chemical in the brain, suggests new UBC research.
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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.
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It’s time for QP 2.0Canadian politics, specifically Question Period in the House of Commons, should embrace the digital age, says UBC's David Moscrop. 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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