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Slope still posing a threat

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Vancouver begins campaign to remove clothing bins from private property

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Five UBC students awarded prestigious Women in Technology Scholarships

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You don’t always need snow tires. But where you do, here’s what experts recommend

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Engineering profs receive alumni UBC Achievement Awards

Three members of the APSC community — mechanical engineering professor Nemkumar Banthia; electrical and computer engineering professor emeritus Charles Laszlo; and electrical and computer engineering adjunct professor James McEwen — have received alumni UBC Achievement Awards.

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The inaugural Turkey 2-Part Tourney struts off to a success; epic showdown between APSC faculty and staff

The Faculty of Applied Science brought together faculty and staff for the inaugural Turkey 2-Part Tourney as part of the UBC Community United Way Campaign. During the campaign’s kickoff, “A Week of Caring,” teams squared off in a live game show to raise awareness and donations for the United Way in the BC Lower Mainland.

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UBC buildings no longer expected to be impacted by natural gas shortage, university says

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Engineering students place second in design challenge

On October 3, Universities Canada announced the winners of this year’s Innovative Design for Accessibility (IDeA) challenge, which includes a group of UBC engineering students who developed a grip assistive device for quadriplegic athletes. As part of the UBC Engineers in Scrubs (EiS) program, the team: Carly Jones; Jeanie Malone; Taylor Molde and Avineet Randhawa (all master's students in the UBC School of Biomedical Engineering), has developed a grip assistive device targeted at quadriplegic tennis players.

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This Saint Lucian Woman Is Combining Agriculture, Technology & Gender Equality

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Two APSC members among 2018 Banting Fellows and Vanier Scholars

Two members of the APSC community have received prestigious research funding awards for postdoctoral fellows and graduate students in Canada.

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