Distrust is the central motivating factor behind why religious people dislike atheists, according to a new study led by UBC psychologists.
The University of British Columbia welcomes a $2.2 million donation from BMO Financial Group to support education and outreach for successful family business as well as innovative research and education to benefit dairy farms – most of them family-run.
Most people find if they have some idea what their loved one had in mind, it makes a difference.
The biodiversity loss caused by climate change will result from a combination of rising temperatures and predation – and may be more severe than currently predicted, according to a study by University of British Columbia zoologist Christopher Harley.
The ISIS research centre at UBC’s Sauder School of Business is partnering with the Province of British Columbia and other business and non-profit organizations on a dynamic initiative to fund social innovation in B.C.
UBC Engineering students and researchers are providing an insider’s view on how things work: from wind tunnel aerodynamics and robotics to nanotechnology and DNA testing.
UBC experts are available to speak about the 17th United Nations Framework Convention on Climate Change (COP17/CMP7) in Durban, South Africa, beginning Nov. 28.
Recent UBC Media Releases Nov. 20: Effects of climate change to further degrade fisheries resources: UBC researchers Upcoming Event Highlights Nov. 25: Why Don’t (More) Good People Enter Politics? Nov. 25: Book sale at UBC Bookstore Nov. 26: UBC Engineering Open House Fair Nov. 26: A Little Creation Nov. 27: Soundings: Music of David [...]
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