In the media
TODAY IN BC | Dec 1, 2022
Electrical and computer engineering graduate student Gideon Berry discussed their "transformative" experience at COP27.
‘I basically live in a construction site’: UBC scientist leads research on disaster-resilient building
JOURNAL OF COMMERCE | Dec 1, 2022
Dr. Lisa Tobber, a civil engineering professor, is the head of a research project that will test new building materials for disaster resilience and try to create the perfect equation for construction optimization.
NUTRA INGREDIENTS USA | Nov 30, 2022
Dr. John Frostad, an assistant professor in chemical and biological engineering, leads a team that is creating new ways of encapsulating omega-3 fatty acids so that they can extend its shelf life.
RESEARCH2REALITY | Nov 29, 2022
The UBC School of Biomedical Engineering (SBME) is the first inter-faculty school at the UBC, acting as a hub between experts from many fields. SBME director Peter Zandstra and students discussed the benefits of the interdisciplinarity of the program.
INFOTEL | Nov 28, 2022
Dr. Mahmudur Fatmi, assistant professor of civil engineering at UBCO, is leading a study that is looking into how travel patterns changed through the COVID-19 pandemic. The researchers are offering a chance to win gift cards for people willing to fill out a survey.
INFOTEL | Nov 25, 2022
Ray Taheri, professor of manufacturing and materials engineering, will co-organize rallies in Kelowna for those suffering from human rights abuses in Iran.
BUSINESS TELEGRAPH | Nov 24, 2022
Postdoctoral fellow Dr. Farzan Gholamreza, lead author of UBCO’s Cluster of Research Excellence in Comfort Enhancing Technologies, discussed developing next-generation fabric to keep people warm, dry and comfortable, no matter the temperature or level of exertion.
KELOWNA CAPITAL NEWS | Nov 24, 2022
Postdoctoral fellow Dr. Farzan Gholamreza from UBCO’s Cluster of Research Excellence in Comfort Enhancing Technologies discussed developing next-generation fabric to keep people warm, dry and comfortable, no matter the temperature or level of exertion.
UNIVERSITY OF BRITISH COLUMBIA MAGAZINE | Nov 22, 2022
Dr. Maria Holuszko, assistant professor at UBC’s Norman B. Keevil Institute of Mining Engineering, acknowledges that the lives of electronics are getting shorter and urges people to keep their electronics as long as they’re functional.
HAKAI MAGAZINE | Nov 22, 2022
Chemical engineering and wood science professor Dr. Orlando Rojas noted the big shift in making pulp and paper mills more diversified.