Innovations in tissue engineering create 3-D printed options for skin, organs, joints and ligaments.
Telemedicine provides a valuable connection between surgeons and patients in remote communities.
A student entrepreneur develops the first wireless oxygen-sensing device for endurance athletes.
Students lend a hand to local non-profits and find satisfaction through UBC’s Community Service Learning program.
Profs and students work to save endangered languages, interpret oral histories and empower communities.
UBC eco-art initiatives engage communities to transform and preserve natural environments.
Partnership creates and tests new textile technologies and body armour solutions for the Canadian Armed Forces.
Profs and students dive deep into the literature, art, music, history and philosophy that defines humanity.
Researchers and wine industry leaders grow partnerships to build economic and environmental resilience.
World-class programs offered in a supportive community make graduate studies at UBCO unique.
Co-op program gives students a competitive edge and real-life work experience.
Dogs to the rescue! A therapy program explores how canines can reduce stress and increase well-being.
Nursing students examine health inequities in Ghana and Zambia through a life-changing global health program.
Curiosity about Earth environments and global research expeditions land a UBC geoscientist in Martian territory.
Engineers uncover new ways to manage finite water resources, locally and internationally.