The project also incorporates the use of virtual reality technology as a tool for teaching the Nisga’a language to Nisga’a people living both within and outside of Nisga’a territory.
Those with lower perceived socioeconomic class were more likely to think power is obtained through manipulative ways.
Students who are struggling to retain information in their classes, feeling more anxious, irritable or tired, as well as suffering from disrupted sleep patterns may want to consider the benefit of online mental health resources.
Just over 30 minutes in run time and simply titled “Can Chemistry Change the World?” the talk has already amassed hundreds of upvotes on Reddit and has resonated with individuals across the UBC community.
Mrs. Kim! Mrs. Kim!” People were screaming at me, shaking me wildly.
I let the cigarette smoke billow away. I can’t stop it at all, of course I can’t.
Cold fluorescent lights beat down unsteadily on the rickety, rust-bitten balcony.
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.
The collision of the two black holes is believed to have resulted in the formation of an enormous black hole of about 142 solar masses and the release of a colossal amount of energy, rippling the curvature of spacetime and allowing its detection across vast distances.
Over 80 per cent of Canadians screen potential online partners for their sense of humour, according to a UBC sociology study led by masters student Siqi Xiao.
Sumaila’s interest in the environment began at a young age, when his grandfather would tell him and his siblings to be mindful of how they walk on the earth.
In conjunction with Science Literacy Week, the UBC Library hosted a virtual workshop on citizen science tools to allow the general population to get involved with scientific pursuits.
In response racial inequalities, six scientists in EEB penned a letter directly to students who identify as BIPOC, offering advice based on their lived experiences in a race-biased academic system.
Since coming to UBC, Boedhihartono has been a professor for the Masters of International Forestry program, teaching tropical landscapes and livelihoods.
Grey whales, land use and sucking up insects with a Ghostbuster backpack are a snapshot of the topics we encountered as The Ubyssey spoke to UBC graduate students about this year’s theme.
SciLit Week is an annual event led by the Natural Sciences and Engineering Research Council of Canada that encourages people in Canada to learn more about the science that makes our country tick.
Currently, the ten Canadian cities with the highest AQI indexes are all located in BC. Of those ten, nine have an AQI rating of above 200, or are at levels that are ‘very unhealthy.’
According to Harold Eyster, this is possible due to the presence of an extra fourth cone among hummingbirds which allows them to see ultraviolet light.
The portion of the study conducted by UBC researchers utilized a subject pool consisting entirely of UBC undergraduate students.