By now, most of campus is probably aware of the beauty that is the dogspots.ubc account run by Jack Liu. It’s an iconic instagram account and a treasure of our time. If you want to dive deeper into your love of UBC canines, here are 10 floofers to enjoy.
Points for each successful climb were awarded based on how many other people successfully climbed each route. The fewer people who were able to climb a route, the more points it was worth.
“Increasing breast density has two major effects,” said Coldman. “It increases the risk of breast cancer and reduces the ability to detect it by mammography.”
From Thursday, November 8 to Sunday, November 11, the UBC Thunderbirds men's soccer team will be hosting the U Sports national championships here on campus — The Ubyssey is here to keep you updated all weekend.
“There’s a lot of things that we have to consider when we’re thinking about greening our buildings,” Mungall said. “How do you green a building and keep it affordable?”
“The new Institute for Advanced Medical Isotopes will unite world-leading experts across industry, academia and government,” said Trudeau.
Participants will have the opportunity to learn from experienced backcountry and downhill skiers and riders.
“Even if you ‘never get the flu,’ or are thinking about rolling the dice and dealing with the symptoms if they come, you should still get the shot for everyone else’s sake.”
When asked what advice she would give to young people aspiring to become pilots, Chiu highlighted the importance of persistence.
“To keep up with the world, it’s important to develop these skills,” she said.
According to Johnson, the discoveries scientists hope to make about Mars using the mission data could prove invaluable for better understanding some of earth’s early history.
Displayed prominently outside the student centre was Cypress, the winning rocket from 2017. With its bright white body and red nose and tail sections, it was difficult to ignore on the way inside to view some of the other projects the team has been working on over the past year.
As one would imagine, the process of accelerating particles and smashing them into things can produce lots of energy, so determining how to shield researchers from the resulting radiation is a crucial part of all the experiments carried out at TRIUMF.
Incorporated as a club in 2015, UBC BIOMOD focuses its work every year on the annual BIOMOD competition in San Francisco, which brings together undergraduate design teams from around the world to showcase their biomolecular design projects.
While there are no specific requirements stipulating how to format the lay abstracts, Porter is adamant that they should not “dumb down” complicated research, but rather, make it more easily accessible to those without a technical background.