Destinations India UBC is a program founded by three UBC students who want to share their own experience of touring through the country.
There’s no one straight definition of what cult cinema is. It could be marvelously made, out of the ordinary or could make you question what you know.
Smoothies are easy to make, healthy and delicious, but often university students find it difficult to incorporate vegetables into their smoothies.
This documentary is a raw portrayal of the young activist — her life as a child in Pakistan and her incredible story of survival and victory. On January 12, representatives of The Citizens Foundation (TCF) organized a screening of the documentary.
The concert showcases a selection of original compositions by Canadian and Chinese composers, predominantly UBC faculty and alumni. It will also feature the world premiere of a new piece by UBC composer Stephen Chatman called Remember me, Forever.
Presented by The Arts Club Theatre Company, Billy Elliot: The Musical is a electrifying and touching production about a boy finding his passion and a community overcoming obstacles during the miner's strike of 1984, in England.
The biggest organization in the world for the cause, Best Buddies helps people with intellectual and developmental disabilities (IDDs) to form meaningful friendships, secure jobs, improve self-advocacy and feel valued by the society they live in.
The UBC BIOMOD team recently won gold at the Biomolecular Design (BIOMOD) international design competition that gives undergraduates from around the world the opportunity to showcase their innovative, biologically inspired engineering projects.
Using 3D bioprinting, neuroscientists at UBC and biotechnology engineers from Aspect Biosystems have been identifying the interaction between cancerous tumour cells and their environment in the brain. The public was invited to learn more.
Although it may be disheartening to hear about misconduct that compromises the integrity of scientific research, especially at our own university, science allows for established protocols to adapt.