As well as being essential to life, food is a bedrock of culture, a determinant of health, a yardstick for equality, and a focus of hot debate. Its future, and ours, will be shaped by climate change, transformative technology, and human will.
A complex problem in need of a complex solution. It’s going to be tough, says UBC prof.
A new study by a UBC prof examines the power of language history for language learners.
The return window for the item had been “ever-so-slightly exceeded.”
A relatively low minimum income tax could generate significant revenue for cities.
Anonymous coffee crusader spills the beans.
A career coach shares strategies for integrating your work and personal life.
Propeller noise accounts for much of the underwater acoustic barrage from ships.
This hub positions Canada as an epicentre for next-generation immune-based therapeutics.
This study points out that previous research only considered the education of fathers.
Learn how your everyday choices about time, money, and technology can cultivate happiness.
A UBC psychology professor finds out the hard way.
alumni UBC’s afterwords is a digital conversation series that shares the stories of some of UBC Okanagan’s extraordinary alumni.
A UBCO alum shares her path to becoming a social worker and offers career advice for new grads...
UBC grads defining the future
A new synthetic material could create longer-lasting products that “mend” themselves.
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One pressing question. Multiple expert perspectives.
One pressing question, multiple expert perspectives.
Lives and Legacies
Insider travel tips from alumni in the know
UBC alum Brian Patterson shares a slice of island life from his home on Grand Cayman.
We need more contact with the natural world if we really hope to preserve it.
A message from UBC President and Vice-Chancellor Santa J. Ono
UBC President and Vice-Chancellor Santa J. Ono
A non-credit test of your UBC smarts
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A glance into UBC’s past
Humble huts and grim grub.
More show, less tell
The newest member of UBC’s Athletics & Recreation team is a line-painting robot.
Q&As featuring well-known individuals with a UBC connection
Fun, food, and fulfilment.
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