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Re-thinking the AC-DC Balance

Many home electronics, such as your computer, or anything else that uses a battery, run on direct...

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APPS4KIDS HACKATHON: Creating digital tools to improve children’s health

Medical care for children with chronic conditions, particularly for those with neurodevelopmental...

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Prof. Bhargava receives the Humbolt Research Award: It's been an extraordinary year

Professor Bhargava’s work has had a profound impact in the field of wireless communications....

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Print your own chip in just six weeks: UBC offers first-ever 100% online photonics course

We are on the cusp of revolutionary changes in communication and microsystems technology. Engineers...

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Registration circa 1915

What courses would you have taken if you were registering 100 years ago? In 1915, UBC's Applied...

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Jul 7, 2015 | Student Achievements

APPS4KIDS HACKATHON: Creating digital tools to improve children’s health

Medical care for children with chronic conditions, particularly for those with neurodevelopmental conditions, can be very complex. There are significant...

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What would the Earth and Moon look like from Mars?

Watch the western sky tonight. Prof. Dave Michelson suggests you take a look at Venus and Jupiter to get a sense of the view from the red planet. 

Jul 2, 2015 | Faculty Achievements

Re-thinking the AC-DC Balance

Many home electronics, such as your computer, or anything else that uses a battery, run on direct current (DC). These devices use a converter to transform the...

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