A handwritten journal that is the earliest known account of British Columbia by an English woman is coming to UBC.
Human emotions can be difficult to understand, even for trained professionals. But what if a computer could decipher your feelings, perhaps even better than a therapist?
A University of British Columbia computer scientist has created a new software that can create a design sketch of an everyday object, addressing the challenge of accurately describing shapes.
Computer characters and eventually robots could learn complex motor skills like walking and running through trial and error, thanks to a milestone algorithm developed by a University of British Columbia researcher.
Mariana Brussoni, a UBC professor of pediatrics, wrote an op-ed for The Conversation about the need for risky play among kids.
We sat down with Coach Nill to get his read on what it will take for the UBC Thunderbirds to make it to his 10th consecutive Hardy Cup.
Explore our connection to the stars during an evening of arts and astronomy at MOA. Blackout brings together storytellers, musicians, artists and astronomers to share their relationships to the skies.
What happens when the community connects with something larger at UBC Farm? Discover the UBC Farm market.