Researchers have developed a magnetic implant that is capable of delivering drugs. This technology could offer an efficient alternative for those who struggle with a number of different pills or injections on a daily basis.
Dr. Mina Hoorfar, a professor in the School of Engineering at UBC Okanagan, along with PhD student Mohammad Paknahad have developed a microfluid breath analyzer that can detect THC in a person’s breath
The UBC Neuroscience Club is composed of a group of students passionate about neuroscience. The club has plans to put neuroscience learning and research in the limelight at UBC, one of its long-term goals is to form of a neuroscience major.
Of all childhood cancers, medulloblastoma is the most common. Attempts to develop targeted drug treatments against the disease have mostly been unsuccessful and a recent study from UBC may have found an explanation why.