By Sam Charles on July 21, 2018
Husnain Haider is a graduate of the University of British Columbia's Okanagan campus School of Engineering and an assistant professor in the Department of Civil Engineering, College of Engineering at Qassim University in Saudi Arabia.
By Patty Wellborn on July 18, 2018
New research at the UBC’s Okanagan campus, Harvard Medical School and the University of Texas is exploring the role nanotechnologies can play to reduce opioid abuse.
By Sam Charles on July 18, 2018
Kishoare Tamanna's research is focused on the effective utilization of recycled waste materials in concrete to reduce environmental loads and promote sustainable green concrete production.
By Sam Charles on July 16, 2018
Using computer modelling, researchers at UBC Okanagan are seeking to better understand the environmental and safety consequences of liquefied natural gas (LNG) system failures and spills.
By Nathan Skolski on July 11, 2018
Boats that travel through the water, but don’t get wet. That’s the idea behind new research from UBC’s Okanagan campus that aims to make boats more efficient by creating superhydrophobic—or extremely water-repellent—surfaces
By Sam Charles on June 27, 2018
Connor Badowich researches Wireless Power Transfer (WPT), which involves using inductive coils to transfer power (on the order of Watts) across a gap of 20-40cm.
By Sam Charles on June 25, 2018
A pair of visiting researchers are collaborating with the Sustainable Transport Safety Research Lab at UBC’s Okanagan campus to make the busy 6-lane divided Highway 97 (Harvey Avenue) through Kelowna more vibrant, aesthetic and safer.
By Sam Charles on June 2, 2018
Using 3D multi-scale multi-physics mathematical models, UBC Okanagan researchers have developed a process to predict when cracking will occur in fusion welding.
By Sam Charles on May 31, 2018
New research demonstrates the application of structured error-correcting codes to extend the maximum distance of QKD over standard fiber-optic cable up to 140 km.
By Sam Charles on May 29, 2018
The choice to finish a degree in four or five years can be a tough one for many students. The pressures of a heavy-work load, the costs of tuition and housing can all play a role in the decision to take an additional year to complete your degree.