Many animal species have adult offspring that are slow to take flight, but when and how they leave has been poorly understood by scientists. Now, new UBC research on a desert-dwelling African bird is yielding some answers.
Researchers have shed new light on how mountain pine beetles produce an important pheromone called trans-verbenol, which could aid in efforts to better predict outbreaks.
Canada’s sex workers, many of whom work indoors, are enterprising and vigilant when it comes to protecting themselves against exploitation, assault or robbery.
Veronica Strong-Boag, a UBC professor emerita, wrote an op-ed about women suffragists for The Conversation.
Discover the rules and beauty of quantum materials. Immerse yourself in quantum physics through dance, spoken word and virtual reality at Night Shift: Quantum Futures.
The UBC Thunderbirds open up the brand new Thunderbird Park this weekend as they host the Oregon Tech Owls for a pair of double headers Saturday and Sunday, March 24 and 25.
Author and social thinker Jeremy Rifkin asks: can we prevent the next mass extinction of life on Earth?