Irving K. Barber Faculty of Science

Arctic river channels changing due to climate change, scientists discover
Climate change is chasing away the salmon, so she’s chasing climate change

Climate change is chasing away the salmon, so she’s chasing climate change

Master’s graduate Janna Wale came to UBCO with one important question to answer, ‘Where are the salmon?’

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COVID proves lunch-packing parents need support

COVID proves lunch-packing parents need support

UBCO researcher delves into stress behind packing lunch in a pandemic

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Testing for smoke taint in Okanagan wines

Testing for smoke taint in Okanagan wines

UBCO researcher puts chemical markers to the test

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Dr. Fabio Mologni is exploring biological invaders

Dr. Fabio Mologni is exploring biological invaders

Postdoctoral Fellow is discovering how non-native species become invasive in our increasingly interconnected world.

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Tiny receptors might be key to preventing progression of brain cancer
UBCO team shines at international event with a living light bulb
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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Global population is expected to reach 8 billion next week