Science Literacy Week serves to support public interest and accessibility in science across Canada and will run from September 19-25.
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Sound waves can be used to create bandages that are stickier with broad clinical applications, from surgery to drug delivery and cancer treatment.
The MEDIC foundation is dedicated to expanding knowledge and awareness on chronic conditions.
The science behind burnout starts in the brain.
Filipino students groups describe the interconnected set of issues the Philippines faces — from the climate crises to a history of colonial rule and more.
The first images from the James Webb Space Telescope allow space fanatics to travel to infinity and beyond.
From blogging to science illustration, science communication took many forms at a seminar hosted by the Behavioural Neuroscience Seminar team.
The essential work of pharmacists spans beyond pandemic relief efforts.
Queer students and performers reveal how music helped them find community, identity and catharsis.
ECOSCOPE celebrated the work of students and recent discoveries at the forefront of bioengineering.
UBC researchers want to map the smell profile of Metro Vancouver — and they need your help to do so.
Hate them or love them, horror movies are a prime example of how film can interact with our psychology.
New book from Dr. Christopher Honey brings insight into modern surgical techniques and an insider's look into life as a surgeon.
The updated data privacy laws bring changes to UBC and the province as a whole.
The research of Dr. Shannon Kolind and Dr. Tamara Vanderwal will benefit from the 2020 Future Leaders in Canadian Brain Research award.