Learn how students, faculty, alumni and partners are turning vision, cooperation and courage into meaningful results.
Focused on finding tomorrow’s solutions.
New discoveries in tissue engineering present 3-D-printed options for skin, organs, joints, ligaments and improved successful tissue transplants.
Head, Heart and Hustle
Student entrepreneur partners with prof to develop first wireless oxygen-sensing device for endurance athletes.
UBC Okanagan engineers invent an inexpensive THC Breath-Analyzer as Canada prepares to legalize recreational marijuana use.
Closing the Distance
Surgeons save time, expenses and travel risk for patients by practising telemedicine in remote communities.
As attitudes around cannabis shift and Canada prepares for legalization, see how research at UBCO is accelerating.
Opening doors for those who believe we’re stronger together.
Cultivating new ways of working together.
Research collaborations are ripe for the picking in the Okanagan's emerging wine industry.
Through the Humanities, explore impassioned learning that extends deep into literature, art, music, history and philosophy.
Diamond in the Rough
Industry partnership helps find new industrial applications and manufacturing possibilities for carbon.
Building strength and confidence to unleash your potential.
Canine therapy program explores how therapy dogs reduce stress and increase well-being for students and others.
New research about physical activity is helping to improve the lives of athletes and people with spinal cord injury.
You Belong Here
Aboriginal Access Studies meets students where they're at to reduce barriers to university education.
Opening a world of opportunity from here.
Passionate nursing students examine health inequities in Ghana and Zambia through life-changing global health program.
UBCO's School of Engineering is uncovering new ways to manage finite water resources, from the local to the international stage.
Brave New Worlds
Curiosity about Earth environments and global research expeditions lands a UBC geoscientist in Martian territory.