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Energy projects hazy as B.C. Liberals lose majority

George Hoberg, a UBC professor of environmental and natural resource policy, spoke to Reuters about the impact of the Green party’s influence on energy projects in B.C. Hoberg also spoke […]

The surprising perks of high-intensity interval training

U.S. News and World Report quoted Jonathan Little, a professor in the school of health and exercise sciences at UBC’s Okanagan campus, about the benefits of high-intensity interval training, or […]

Ode to science fiction: The genre that makes impossible possible

The New York Daily News featured research by Ben Tippett, a mathematics and physics instructor at UBC’s Okanagan campus, that explains a mathematical formula for a time machine.

Why smiling actually makes you look older not younger

Medical Daily quoted Jessica Tracy, a UBC professor of psychology, in a story about the psychological and physical impacts of smiling. She said smiling women may appear more feminine, which […]

Discussing B.C. election results

Several UBC political scientists spoke with numerous media outlets about the results of the B.C. election. Richard Johnston told the Canadian Press there’s a possibility there won’t be a minority government. […]

Vancouver entrepreneurs net analytics contract with NHL’s Capitals

Garrett Hohl, a recent UBC graduate, was highlighted in the Vancouver Sun. Hohl is co-founder of the company Hockey Data that supplies analytics to hockey teams and player agents.

Students compete at the Collegiate North American Grand Finals

The Financial Post mentioned the UBC eSports team in a story about the 2017 Collegiate North American Grand Finals. The article reported that UBC has a large eSports following on […]

Discussing education in B.C.

Michelle Stack, a UBC education professor, was interviewed on Roundhouse Radio about education in B.C. and the role education issues play in provincial elections.

T-birds hold hammer over Burnaby Lake in rugby final

Burnaby Now reported on the UBC Thunderbirds rugby team after they won the B.C. club final. UBC came out victorious in the final for the second straight year.

Scientists find cancer-causing mutations in gynecological disorder

UBC scientists are part of a team that found cancer-causing gene mutations were found in the pelvic lesions of women with the typically non-cancerous gynecological disorder endometriosis, the Vancouver Sun […]