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UBC Rose Garden Looking towards Pacific Ocean

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Managing the world’s oceans can’t be done in isolation, and with the longest coastline in the world Canada has a vital role to play.

performance of Unload!

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The realms of theatre and military service might seem worlds apart, yet a research-based play has brought them together in a way that’s positively impacting both veterans and audiences in Canada and internationally.

Photo: Spinal Cord Injury BC

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Like many modern relationships, Heather and Chris met online. In their case it is a research relationship built on a shared desire to improve the lives of people living with spinal cord injury.

Clare Kiernan

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Fast fashion generates huge amounts of textile waste, but researchers have developed a way to recycle some of that fabric into useful products.

Ko developed a voice-activated micro-controller that operates the wheelchair when given simplified vocal commands.

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Watching his older brother Daniel struggle with Duchenne muscular dystrophy—a disease that progressively weakens the muscles and eventually leaves the individual unable to walk—is one of the hardest things UBC student Michael Ko has ever had to do in his life.

UBC Eng Phys

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Over 50 companies founded by alumni and counting; numerous life-changing inventions; and application-minded graduates that go on to become captains of industry.