Graduate Students

Engineering tool links health risks, poor household air quality

UBC research suggests lives, millions of dollars could be saved in health-care costs.

Engineering grad students share research with fellow students

First-ever graduate conference highlights work being done at UBC.

UBC Engineers organize first-ever graduate student symposium

Ever wonder what really goes on in the engineering labs on campus?

UBC partners with Saudi Arabia to solve water quality woes

Partnership will allow exchange of students between the two countries.

UBC graduate student earns $70,000 grant to study water quality

Engineer is on a mission to ensure distribution networks deliver clean water.

Pool water research results in $10,000 Pacific Century award

Investigating chemical reactions may improve workplace health for lifeguards.

What is lurking in your pool?

PhD student investigates what all those chemicals could be doing to swimmers

Engineering professor and student recognized nationally for research

Lukas Bichler, assistant professor of engineering at UBC's Okanagan campus, has received The Brimacombe Award -- a national award given by the Metallurgy and Materials Society (MetSoc) to young achievers who bring people together to collaborate on innovative research and significantly advance research in the field of materials science.

Making a smarter ski goggle in the middle of summer

Sharper algorithms = more air time = better stunts