Feature Video

2017 Kootenay Healthcare Travelling Roadshow

A group of university students from across Canada recently spent a week in rural BC to inspire high school students to pursue careers in healthcare.

Justice has a new name: Peter A. Allard School of Law

Allard Law is committed to being one of the world’s great centres for legal education and research.

A sweet chemical analysis

A beekeeping non-profit and a UBC isotope lab have joined forces to ensure urban honey is safe for consumption, help people and monitor pollutants.

New MOA collection

In November 2016, MOA received an anonymous donation of 200 pieces of Indigenous art. Anthony Shelton shares two objects from the collection he is most excited by.

Video: Untangling the mysteries of love

In her new book, UBC philosopher Carrie Jenkins explores the biological and societal origins of that most human of emotions: Love.

Video: Santa Ono and his vision for UBC

Video: Santa Ono and his vision for UBC

In Conversations That Matter, veteran interviewer Stuart McNish discusses the issues that shape our world with thought leaders. In this edition of the program, he sits down with UBC President and Vice-Chancellor Santa J. Ono.

Professor Santa Ono speaks at Hot Lunch

On September 28, 2016, Professor Santa Ono spoke with UBC staff at Hot Lunch – a monthly networking event at the university.

Moving UBC from Excellence to Eminence

UBC’s President & Vice-Chancellor, Professor Santa J. Ono shares a video message with UBC alumni.

When the zombie apocalypse rises, SPPH professors won’t be fazed

This Hallowe’en, researchers walk you through how to diagnose, model, and control a plague of the undead.

What Makes Gambling Addictive?

What Makes Gambling Addictive?

Is slot machine gambling more about excitement or absorption? Professor Luke Clark looks at how game design influences gambling addiction.

Dr. Claudia Krebs

Dr. Claudia Krebs is collaborating with colleagues around the world to transform medical anatomy education for thousands of students everywhere.

Tips on preventing Alzheimer’s disease

Many go online to seek out medical information on preventing diseases, such as Alzheimer’s, but much of the information is inaccurate.

World’s tallest wood building nearing completion at UBC

Brock Commons is 18 storeys tall and was built faster than traditional concrete or steel construction.

Imagine Day 2016

Angela was out on Main Mall to catch the action at Imagine 2016.

The UBC Story

Those who change the world never stop thinking this way. Watch the UBC Story video here.

THC makes rats lazy

New research from the University of British Columbia suggests there may be some truth to the belief that marijuana use causes laziness.

South Okanagan Family Practice Residency

The South Okanagan Family Practice Residency launched in the Spring of 2016. Participants talk about the opportunities it provides.

UBC Okanagan School of Nursing celebrates successes

Sheila Epp, acting director of UBC Okanagan’s School of Nursing, talks about the program’s recent successes.

Rick Hansen on the Future of Accessibility

Rick challenges audiences to check their own attitudes and question the barriers to success that hold them back from reaching their full potential.

Elizabeth Croft on the Future of Robotics

The topic of ‘human-robot interaction’ will still be a hot one in 100 years. The tools may change but the problems will remain the same.