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Screw Cutter Project (1st place) - Applied Science Video Contest
Screw Cutter Project (1st place) - Applied Science Video Contest
Created by Shalaleh Rismani, UBC Biomedical Engineering student Submitted video description: Trauma injuries are now a leading cause of death and disability across developing countries. Within these ...
UBC engineering students build 'bomb'-detecting robots
UBC engineering students build 'bomb'-detecting robots
In this year's MECH 2 competition, second-year UBC engineering students were challenged to build robots that are able to successfully sniff out fake mines and avoid them. Watch to see if Team Basilisk...
Professor Elizabeth Croft gets pied! EUS Pi Week
Professor Elizabeth Croft gets pied! EUS Pi Week
EUS Pi Week is here and Prof. Elizabeth Croft gets a taste of what that means! #piweek (pie fun begins at 2:06) The Engineering Undergraduate Society (EUS) organizes Pi Week every year in the week of...
"Writing Efficient Code, Without all the Work" - APSC "Three-Minute-Thesis" competition
UBC Engineering graduate student Tim Rogers presents his research, "Writing Efficient Code, Without all the Work," in three minutes. #3MT http://3mt.grad.ubc.ca/
"Engineering fuel cells for the future" - APSC "Three-Minute-Thesis" competition
UBC Engineering graduate student Jeanette Leeuwner presents her research, "Engineering fuel cells for the future," in three minutes. #3MT http://3mt.grad.ubc.ca/. Jeanette was the winner of the APSC 3...
"Smart Materials: Massaging Cells to Control Wound Healing" - APSC "Three Minute Thesis" competition
UBC Engineering graduate student Farzad Khademolhosseini presents his research, "Smart Materials: Massaging Cells to Control Wound Healing," in only three minutes. #3MT http://3mt.grad.ubc.ca/
"Mimicking the body for drug testing" - APSC "Three Minute Thesis" competition
UBC Engineering graduate student Samantha Grist presents her research, "Mimicking the body for drug testing," in three minutes. #3MT http://3mt.grad.ubc.ca/
UBC Engineering researchers advance clean technology innovation
UBC Engineering researchers advance clean technology innovation
A UBC research team led by Chemical and Biological Engineering Professor David Wilkinson received $450,000 on Mar 3, 2015, from Western Economic Diversification Canada towards the commercialization of...
Scott Dunbar   Innovate 2014
Scott Dunbar Innovate 2014
"Does a mine have to be a big hole in the ground?" Listen to why UBC Mining Engineering Professor and Innovate 2014 speaker Scott Dunbar says, "Maybe not."
Naoko Ellis   Innovate 2014
Naoko Ellis Innovate 2014
"Bioenergy Boost!" UBC Chemical and Biological Engineering Professor Naoko Ellis says that ever since she was a child, she was obsessed with garbage - so much so that she became a chemical and biologi...