A UBC computer scientist has invented a unique desk light that automatically switches from green to red when you are “in the zone” and shouldn’t be disturbed by colleagues.
UBC computer scientists are examining exactly how skin folds, stretches, wrinkles and bounces, with the goal of creating a realistic computer model of the human body.
UBC chemical and biological engineering professor Vikramaditya Yadav explains how bioprinting could potentially transform healthcare and drug development.
A UBC-led research team has developed a new global coral bleaching database that could help scientists predict future bleaching events.
A Toronto Star op-ed by Steve Morgan, a professor at UBC’s school of population and public health, talks about universal pharmacare in light of Ontario’s plan to offer publicly funded pharmacare for youth.
For the eighth consecutive season, the UBC women’s golf team ran away with the Association of Independent Institutions Women’s Golf Championship on Tuesday.
Gospel vocalists from America’s Deep South, virtuosic acrobatics from Down Under, Cuban musical trailblazers and many more will take part in this milestone season.
A beekeeping non-profit and a UBC isotope lab have joined forces to ensure urban honey is safe for consumption.