Science One News Archive

Annudesh Liyanage wins spot in Erich Vogt First Year Summer Research Experience Program

Annudesh Liyanage will be working with the Ultracold Neutron group at TRIUMF under the supervision of Dr. Ruediger Picker. One of the lab's key focuses is the neutron electric-dipole moment experiment, whose results may give us information on the matter-antimatter asymmetry in the universe. Congrats!

Jocelyn Baker and Romina Mahinpei selected for Quantum Pathways Program

Alumni Jocelyn Baker and Romina Mahinpei are among students selected to participate in the Stewart Blusson Quantum Matter Institute’s summer research program.Congratulations!

Norbert Banyi and Jordan Hassett publish in Stem Fellowship Journal

Science One alumni Norbert Banyi and Jordan Hassett have published their T2 project on the hydrophobization of paper in an effort to improve paper straws. The Stem Fellowship Journal is a place for students to publish high quality work. Science One alumni Chance Park and Mohammad Asadi Lari were very involved in getting this journal up and running.

Chance Park receives 2020 Canadian Medical Hall of Fame Award

Congratulations to Science One Alumni Chance Park for his induction into the Canadian Medical Hall of Fame! He joins Science One alumnus Philip Edgecumbe who was inducted in 2017.

Lauren Moody receives Canada’s largest STEM scholarship

Congratulations to Science One student Lauren Moody for winning a prestigious Schulich Leader Scholarship!

Three Science One Alumni at the Quantum Matter Institute

Science One Alumni Delanie Austin talks about her work at the Stewart Blusson Quantum Matter Institute. She's joined by two other Science One alumni, Bellinda Yin and Rochelle Maher, as part of the Quantum Pathways program.

Monica Luo and Rio Weil receive the 2019 Erich Vogt FYSRE awards

Science One alumni have won two of the three possible 2019 Erich Vogt First Year Student Research Experience (FYSRE) award. These awards are particularly notable as there are very few research opportunities available to first-year students. Most go to upper-level students. Congratulations to Monica and Rio!

Ella Chan giving a keynote talk at Creating Connections 6.0

Science One student and 2018 STEAM Horizon Award Recipient Ella Chan will be giving a keynote talk at Creating Connections 6.0 along side Michelle Romanow from Dragon's Den and Sabina Nowaz, a Global CEO Coach.

UBC alumnus exposes data vulnerability in new bike share service

Science One alumnus Tristan Rice showed that the app by Dropbike, the new bike sharing service on campus, has some serious vulnerabilities, including being able to unlock the bikes at will and obtaining sensitive user data.

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