UBC Reports | Aug. 5, 2016
Spiders living together in colonies of tens of thousands can go extinct from sharing food equitably, finds new UBC research.
UBC researchers are one step closer to identifying the biological personalities of the world’s greatest wines.
A UBC study finds older adults who have been discharged from hospital following serious ailments tend to minimize or even lie about risks related to their condition to avoid being seen as vulnerable.
UBC is partnering with a B.C. company to turn soil contaminants into household products.
Jonathan Down, a faculty of medicine member at UBC, writes an op-ed for the Times Colonist calling for Canada to be a global leader on nuclear disarmament.
It’s going to be an exciting August for men’s and women’s basketball at War Memorial Gym. Three NCAA Division 1 teams will be travelling to Point Grey for exhibition tilts versus the Thunderbirds.
Join us Saturdays and Sundays at 1:30 p.m. for a free tour of Becoming Animal/Becoming Landscape through Aug. 14.
Sheila Epp, acting director of UBC Okanagan’s School of Nursing, talks about the program’s recent successes.