This might also be helpful advice if you’re in a family group chat with a variety of opinions related to politics and COVID-19.
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The project, which aims to genetically incorporate powdery mildew resistance into cannabis cultivars, is led by UBC researchers Drs. Loren Reiseberg and Marco Todesco.
Shortness of breath and impaired quality of life were the two most common adverse outcomes, at incidence rates of 50 per cent and 51 per cent respectively.
This year, the UBC Gender Equity & STEM Conference hosted powerhouses from across industries to once again discuss the role of women and other marginalized genders in STEM.
As the amount of time students are spending in front of the screen has increased, so does the risk of developing symptoms of computer vision syndrome.
Early in the semester, the Faculty of Applied Science required student groups to limit themselves to virtual activities, prohibiting in-person and off-campus work.
Hewlett stressed that students shouldn’t be tempted to pursue their own ghost hunting ventures, as that may put students at risk for legal trouble or injury.
The COVID-19 pandemic has led to a spike in popularity for BC’s outdoor recreation scene, but the increased level of human activity may be affecting wildlife.
With this calendar, Trina Kushnerik aims to make science more accessible by transforming research into doable, daily actions.
With the climate crisis being one of the four major issues British Columbians are concerned about this provincial election, The Ubyssey summarized each major party’s key climate platform points in an effort to assist your decision on October 24.
British Columbians consider the COVID-19 response to be their top issue when deciding who to vote for this upcoming election.
With the rise of COVID-19, BC has been fighting two public health emergencies. This has left the province trying to protect the public against the deadly virus and the growing overdose crisis.
The study found that the quality of people’s sleep affects their positive emotional responses to events in their lives.
We sat down with UBC students to discuss the ‘tech overwhelm’ felt by the UBC community since classes moved online and what students can do to help manage it.
Dr. David Boyd, associate professor of law, policy and sustainability at UBC, will be presenting a report on the human right to a healthy environment to the UN General Assembly.