CHIME (The Canadian Hydrogen Intensity Mapping Experiment) is a revolutionary Canadian radio...

The stellar story of a precocious youth entrusted with a piece of the Moon.

Is there something you’d like to ask UBC president Santa Ono? If so, this new video series may...

On November 15, 2018, we honoured eight inspiring members of the UBC community.
Q: Which famous person (living or dead) do you think (or have been told) you most resemble? A
How a kid from a Vancouver Island logging town became flight surgeon for Apollo 11.
Can humankind cooperate to ensure safety and sustainable development in space?
In 1997, Bjarni Tryggvason, BASc’72, spent 12 days in space.
The geophysicist whose rock samples came from the Moon.