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Canada’s mountains feeling the heat of climate change

Canada’s mountains feeling the heat of climate change

Annual ‘State of the Mountains’ report indicates our mountains aren’t immune from drastic weather systems plaguing the globe.
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Dr. Brendan Dyck’s passion reaches from the tiniest minerals to entire planets

Dr. Brendan Dyck’s passion reaches from the tiniest minerals to entire planets

Assistant Professor hopes to answer some of earth sciences’ most pressing questions.
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UBCO hosts three graduation ceremonies for pandemic graduates
Global population is expected to reach 8 billion next week

Global population is expected to reach 8 billion next week

UBCO sustainability researchers chime in about the world’s burgeoning population
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Work Study opens new doors for undergraduates

Work Study opens new doors for undergraduates

UBCO’s Work Study program gives students a financial boost while equipping them with professional skills.
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Mapping the Milky Way

Dr. Alex Hill and his team are mapping the gases between our stars to learn how the universe and our galaxy fit together.
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Missing grizzly bear toes result in call to change practices

Missing grizzly bear toes result in call to change practices

UBCO researcher urges a need to delay trapping season
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Unique programming unites world leaders in mathematics, computer science, data science and statistics STEM graduate students on UBCO’s campus

This and last week, world leaders in mathematics, computer science, data science and statistics joined science, technology, engineering, and mathematics (STEM) graduate students on UBCO’s campus as a part of unique programming offered through the Banff International Research Station (BIRS). The two-week summer school, which offers local graduate students and faculty members the opportunity to […]

Computer modelling aims to inform restoration, conservation of coral reefs

Computer modelling aims to inform restoration, conservation of coral reefs

UBCO researcher creates hundreds of scenarios, determines importance of coral diversity
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