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Chris Cannon
Illustration of people enjoying a public park, with a city in the background

Communities are shaping their public spaces into...

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Young workers are nimble, connected, and...

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Billy Lan and Tony Liu

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Kookai Chaimahawong, smiling.

Kookai Chaimahawong

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How CRISPR gene-editing technology is changing...

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UBC’s Global Reporting Centre steps away from...

How do we better accommodate wild animals within...

Dare

Dentistry grad Chris Dare, DMD'15, has completed...

Data artist Jer Thorp speaks out against the...

How a kid from a Vancouver Island logging town...

Research, both old and new, points to the...

The hectic life of a Formula 1 engineer.

The West’s relations with North Korea have long...

Wasting time isn’t an option for inventor and UBC...

UBC researchers explore how the quality of...

Artificial intelligence is rapidly evolving. How...

The Rare Disease Foundation is using a collective...

Forty years after completing her undergraduate...

Today’s Dan Mangan is critical of the music made...

Andrew Haas, BA’09, took part in an extreme...

Illustration of people enjoying a public park, with a city in the background

Communities are shaping their public spaces into social places.

A picture of Kookai Chaimahawong, smiling, against an orange background.

Young workers are nimble, connected, and redefining employment relationships on their terms.

Billy Lan and Tony Liu, smiling.

Two UBC Sauder grads created a platform to connect hourly workers with hiring managers.

Felicia Chan and Bahar Moussavi, laughing.

Three UBC students launched a non-profit to help neurodiverse youth in computer sciences.

Kookai Chaimahawong, smiling.

The venture capital model is undergoing a radical rethink, thanks to the next generation.

Two people shine flashlights onto a white background overlaid with colourful double helixes.

Here’s how CRISPR gene-editing technology is changing the future of health sciences.

Illustration: Fernando Volken Togni

UBC’s Global Reporting Centre steps away from traditional "parachute journalism" in favour of...

How do we better accommodate wild animals within a human-modified landscape?
Dare

A UBC grad completed a challenge that few others would attempt. This is his survival story.

Data artist Jer Thorp speaks out against the monopoly and misuse of our data.