Subpar sexual education can set many of us on an uncertain path toward understanding our sexuality — but it's never too late to begin sexual reclamation through knowledge and learning.
Engineering students connected with top employers at the UBC Applied Science Co-op Networking Reception on Thursday night.
Eleven research projects at UBC’s Vancouver campus will benefit from over $3.3 million from the B.C. Knowledge Development Fund (BCKDF).
Philosophers have long debated the nature of reality. But thankfully, science can help armchair philosophers and brain aficionados alike better understand these centuries-old questions — and hopefully add some neuroscience to your daily existential crisis.
Dr. Kat Milligan-McClellan shared how her lab developed a fishy model for studying gut health.
Science Literacy Week serves to support public interest and accessibility in science across Canada and will run from September 19-25.
Fuzze recommended students ask their potential suitors on the first date if they think the boyfriend in Midsommar should have been sewn naked into a bear suit and burned alive.
Filipino students groups describe the interconnected set of issues the Philippines faces — from the climate crises to a history of colonial rule and more.
The first images from the James Webb Space Telescope allow space fanatics to travel to infinity and beyond.
From blogging to science illustration, science communication took many forms at a seminar hosted by the Behavioural Neuroscience Seminar team.
On Sunday, June 5, UBC students and community members walked to raise over $70,600 at this year’s Gutsy Walk in Vancouver.
Two weeks ago, trespassers crept into my home, took pictures of my most intimate space and documented it on Reddit for the UBC community’s amusement. But you probably didn’t hear about it from any formal news outlet. I get it, B&Es just aren’t as high priority when your place gets mistaken for a bomb shelter.
White dwarfs may be small, but their impact is truly massive.
As the climate crisis impacts weather patterns, data suggests it won’t just get hotter — it will get wetter too.
At the 2021 BC Galaxy Seminar Series in July, an astrophysicist described the birth and life cycle of galaxies — taking students on a journey to infinity and beyond.