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Information privacy at threat by Bill C-51
March 26, 2015

Information privacy at threat by Bill C-51

Associate Professor Hasan Cavusoglu of the Management Information Systems Division at the UBC Sauder School of Business weighs in on the privacy risks of Bill C-51 for Canadians.


Non-invasive device instantly diagnoses urinary tract infections

A wireless, credit-card sized optical device shows promise for diagnosing lower urinary tract infections (UTIs), especially in children, the elderly and people with neurological conditions.

Out of the box thinking fostered at unique school founded by tech giants

One year ago, Tamara Etmannski became the first Canadian Global Impact Competition winner. The award earned her a scholarship to take part in a 10-week program at Silicon Valley’s Singularity University.

UBC students, community gather to Storm the Wall

Family fun and community camaraderie are on the agenda this weekend as part of Storm the Wall, one of UBC’s most iconic experiences.


A Yes vote is a vote for healthy aging

Heather McKay, professor in the Department of Orthopaedics and Family Practice, frames the transit plebiscite in terms of Metro Vancouver residents’ health and mobility.


Behind the scenes at UBC MedPlay

Every year, during the last two weeks of February, UBC medical and dental students put on a theatre production that raises money for charity.


Thunderbirds edged at home but still retain 2015 World Cup

The UBC Thunderbirds men's varsity rugby team secured their second consecutive World Cup title on Sunday afternoon despite losing an agonizingly close clash.



UBC Outdoor Art Tour

Discover outdoor art across campus by booking a tour through the Belkin Art Gallery.
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