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Sepideh Pakpour investigates how microorganisms in our built environment interact with us.

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Take a look at these UBC-grown medical marvels.

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Many “non-communicable” diseases may be transmitted through microbes in the human body.

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A novel method for assessing dementia risk could help populate critical drug trials.

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UBC’s Hedtrich Lab takes on Canada’s other drug crisis.

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A UBC spinoff’s COVID-19 response boosted its ability to discover more antibody therapies.

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

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We shouldn’t have to make a choice between the night sky and global internet.

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The most widely used COVID vaccine relies on a novel drug delivery system developed at UBC.

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Getting people to care about the oceans can be particularly challenging.