engineering

Why grease can be great: Chemical engineering graduate helps put waste oil to good use

Whether it’s French fries on the menu or an entire deep-fried turkey, disposing of used cooking oil can be a headache. Only a small amount of it can be composted, and dumping the rest down the drain can result in blocked pipes. For university food services departments tasked with preparing food for thousands of students, the challenge of disposing used cooking oil is exponential.

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Crude by rail increase 'manageable', analysts say, but farmers fearful of being pushed off tracks

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Weather service dumping balloons and e-waste across the country (watch)

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Research sniffs out bacteria

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The surprise source of the Tokyo 2020 Olympic medals

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Pulse oximeters capable of reading BP too: Researchers

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UBC Okanagan students design safer clothing donation bins

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Five UBC students awarded prestigious Women in Technology Scholarships

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UBCO tech women shine

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National connected-vehicle ‘test bed’ launches at University of British Columbia

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