There may be no such thing, but Vancouver has shown the world an admirable model.
Protection from floods and rising seas requires a collaborative relationship with nature.
Dr. Horacio Bach discusses vaccination against the latest variants of SARS-CoV-2.
Wastewater surveillance involves testing sewage to obtain data about population health.
Researchers have created the first global map of animal movement between protected areas.
A campus project could become a blueprint for predicting insect activity.
UBC researchers examined 362 Vancouver restaurant menus from 1880 to 2021.
Two UBC ventures are working on solutions to eliminate plastic waste.
Collapsing bee colonies could pose problems for farmers who need crop pollination.
A lab is aiming to speed up a mineralization process from thousands of years to weeks.
Dr. ten Brinke and her students study liars, truth-tellers, and everything in between.
A scientific team conducted a genetic investigation into the "happy tree."
Canadians don’t need to look up — the devastation wrought by climate change is all around us.
We shouldn’t have to make a choice between the night sky and global internet.
The most widely used COVID vaccine relies on a novel drug delivery system developed at UBC.
Sepideh Pakpour investigates how microorganisms in our built environment interact with us.
Getting people to care about the oceans can be particularly challenging.
A pediatrics prof offers tips on how to protect kids who aren't yet immunized.