Media Release | March 1, 2016
Research into forest renewal, quantum computer nanotechnology, solar power, high-tech manufacturing, forestry products and the Subarctic ocean climate got a boost today.
December 18, 2012 - by Alireza Nojeh, Associate Professor, Dept. of Electrical and Computer Engineering
UBC researchers have discovered a potential new way to trap heat with nanotechnology that promises more efficient solar power.
December 18, 2012 - by Sarah Burke, Assistant Professor, Depts. of Physics & Astronomy and Chemistry
Organic solar cells are the basis of a new class of materials and may be the key to abundant, accessible solar energy.
January 24, 2012
UBC Mechanical Engineering students will be showcasing their vehicle design and manufacturing talents in an energy-relay race. The 130 second-year students, divided into 20 teams, were given only three weeks to come up with four prototypes using different energy sources such as solar, battery or wind power.