By Sam Charles on February 14, 2022
Two School of Engineering APSC 169 student-led teams have qualified for the finals of the World Engineering Day Hackathon.
By Sam Charles on April 23, 2021
Winning teams selected to receive funding to launch student-led start-ups to solve real-world problems as part of the School of Engineering’s Innovation, Entrepreneurship & Impact Fund.
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By Sam Charles on August 21, 2020
New research from UBC Okanagan could allow lettuce farmers to better identify the risk of contamination in irrigation for their crops.
By Sam Charles on April 20, 2020
UBC researchers are partnering with the Okanagan Basin Water Board (OBWB) to develop new policy and planning tools to address flooding in the Okanagan Valley.
By Sam Charles on September 16, 2019
New research has uncovered a new, fast and highly-accurate means of measuring contaminants in water. It could mean rapid detection of different types of contaminants that current methods may miss including low-levels of pesticides and hydrocarbons.
By Sam Charles on February 14, 2018
Using an innovative type of flow sensor, researchers at the Okanagan campus of the University of British Columbia have uncovered a new way to measure flow rates.