Have you ever walked down Main Mall soaking wet with an umbrella in a hand and a muggy backpack in the other? Then you ask yourself why on earth you decided to study in Vancouver — a city with an average of 160 rainy days a year.
A fossil found in 1805 on Prince Edward Island has finally been identified by a UBC postdoctoral fellow. The fossil of the dimetrodon was first was first found in 1805 by a farmer digging a well in PEI.
The short documentary, An Exploration of Light, consists of interweaving scientific interviews with philosophical quips. The short film explores the different ways humans perceive and interact with light.