CHIME is a novel radio telescope used to track the expansion of our universe and to map the cosmic distribution of events like fast radio bursts (FRBs).
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As BC continues to drop it like it's hot, some students are struggling to get a good night's rest. The Ubyssey spoke to a UBC sleep expert to learn more about sleeping in the summer heat.
The Mood Disorders Clinic is currently looking for participants for the Mood and Cognition Study. An undergraduate research assistant on this project discussed the study — and what it can mean for those suffering from a mood disorder.
Applications are open for the first-ever Environment and Climate Change Youth Council, and for new internship opportunities in the environmental and clean technology sector.
A team that includes researchers from UBC has confirmed the discovery of the moon-sized white dwarf star, designated ZTF J190132.9+145808.7.
The In Tune With Your Brain Virtual Symposium was held by UBC Brain and Music on May 15. From spotlighted research to live studio production sessions, the seminar delved into the intricate relationship between music and the mind.
Since the pandemic lockdowns, noise levels have fluctuated on campus, across BC and around the world.
Although the Moderna and Pfizer-BioNTech vaccines were developed in less than a year, Health Canada deemed them to meet the "stringent" safety, efficacy and quality standards as all vaccines authorized for use in Canada.
The morning of June 29, a wildfire broke out near Wreck Beach on campus. While it was quickly put out, this event marks the start of wildfire season — and all the health implications that come with it.
Hua Ki’i is an app designed to use AI technology to turn your phone into a visual dictionary.
On his blog, UBC student Tiger Oakes outlined his colleague's experience with the mentorship platform, Female Laboratory of Innovative Knowledge. According to Oakes, students using this platform risk exposure to unpaid internships under the guise of apprenticeships.
Pandemic curricula changes call into question how dentistry students feel as they learn how to make our smiles picture — and Zoom meeting — perfect.
Currently, the computer science department at UBC has no requirements to include ethical reasoning and implications of tech in the computer science curriculum.
We asked you to examine a consequence of bioengineering, whether it be about clones to genetic engineering to a weird semi-sentient vine that’s attached to a cybernetic enhancement.
The bird stares back up at us, but with that dead, shiny look. I pull Sam away ‘cause he’s fixing to touch it with his chubby little hands.