What makes you happy?
Spirituality typically accounts for
four or five per cent of an adult’s
happiness, but new research has
found a much stronger influence
of spirituality in children.
Conquering AIDS — if We Have a HAART
One of the world’s leading
researchers in HIV/AIDS,
Dr. Julio Montaner, believes it is
possible to completely eliminate
the transmission of HIV in
Canada, starting in British
Death by Degrees
Just how hot is too hot for fish? To find out, UBC researcher Erika Eliason is using a “fish treadmill” to put salmon through their paces.
Here’s How it’s Done
The world’s loneliest printer
just might reside in the Faculty
of Land and Food Systems’ (LFS)
undergraduate advising office.
How Information Gets to be Free
Scholarly publishing is starting
to come full cIRcle at UBC
thanks to the development of an
online storehouse known as an
institutional repository (IR).
Exchange Makes Campus
Jonathan Chong and Sally
Finora don’t know each other,
but they swap fluids regularly
thanks to a new program at
Community Research Gets a Prison Perspective
As a family physician to women
prisoners, Ruth Martin says she
longed to find a way to improve