For the 300,000 Canadians living with the aftermath of a
stroke, partial paralysis and loss of independence is a daily
When Sue Grayston began chemotherapy last year, a brisk
morning workout with musician Bif Naked wasn’t
exactly what she was anticipating.
Prof Takes Aim at Foreign-Aid Projects
After 15 years of working on foreign-aid projects in
Laos and Vietnam, Ian Townsend-Gault may soon discover
what difference he’s made.
Biodiversity into Farming
How do you improve farming operations while protecting
Crystal Ball for Pacific Salmon: Unprecedented Genomics
A team of UBC researchers is dialing up the heat to
study Pacific salmon from the inside out -- 30,000 genes
at a time.
Prices High? Don’t Bother Shopping Around
When gas prices skyrocket, who doesn’t look around
Apnea: Children May Benefit from UBC Device
Children suffering from obstructive sleep apnea (OSA)
may soon be sleeping better thanks to a new use of a
device being studied in UBC’s Division of Orthodontics,
Faculty of Dentistry.
Patinas Bridge Science and Art
Imagine a purple Statue of Liberty, dressed in a canary-yellow
robe, holding a bright red flame.