UBC research on eye-tracking devices sheds light on the implications of wearable technology like Google Glass […]
New research finds that traditionally gay neighbourhoods are becoming increasingly “straight” places, and could be at risk of losing their distinct cultural identity […]
New research identifies the unhappiest cities in the US, but finds some young people are still willing to relocate to them for a good job opportunity or lower housing prices […]
Journal of the American Medical Association study reveals early detection is easily missed […]
Former Canadian prime minister Paul Martin and influential Chinese economist Justin Yifu Lin will head UBC’s President’s Advisory Council on China.
A survey of Metro Vancouver residents shows that many have experienced discrimination and struggle with affordability, instability, and concerns about poor housing conditions […]
A UBC study finds that narcissistic applicants are more successful in job interviews than equally qualified candidates who act more modestly […]
Want to encourage people to do the right thing for the environment? Tell them their rivals are going green, says a new study from UBC’s Sauder School of Business […]