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Prof. Marziali and his team have developed a blood test for early cancer detection by selectively concentrating mutated cancer DNA.
Well done Jenny Yang for an excellent presentation to the International Conference of Physics Students August 7 – 14, 2017, in Turin, Italy on her research project at the Genome Sciences Centre: Identifying Functional Clusters of Genes from Energy Landscapes in Autoencoders for Personalized Therapy in Medicine (Jenny Yang, Jasleen Grewal, Steven Jones). Abstract: “In […]
Congratulations Tomotaka Yoshizaki, Alan Tong, Paul Liu and Joel Ahn!
Congratulations Engineering Physics students Simon Bambey (Team Captain), Jordan Jones (Payload Team Lead), Arthur Chen, Maryam Baksh, Nishad Jamaldeen (Payload Team Members), Yuqing Du, and Carly Jones (Avionics Team Members) for the outstanding performance of Cypress at the Spaceport America Cup in New Mexico! Pictured are Body Inspection Team L – R: Eric Bast, Nick […]
May 14 – 19, 2017 “The workshop is an introduction to applied mathematical and statistical research in the area of Astronomy and Optimization. Kevin is currently enrolled in STAT 450 and will be working as an undergraduate summer research assistant (USRA) this summer with Statistics Assistant Professor Gaby Cohen-Freue. He is a 5th Year Engineering […]
L to R: Shahriar Noroozi Zadeh, Amir Refaee, Alex Kyriazis and William Choi for “Automated Pathology, Characterizing Traumatic Brain Injury” – MDDC Award for Excellence finalists. Congratulations to the two Engineering Physics student teams competing in the Medical Device Development Center (MDDC) Awards, receiving the Award for Excellence in Biomedical Engineering Student Design and Innovation […]
A UBC Innovation Snapshot
Congratulations Alex Toews and his New Venture Design team for 1st place at UBC’s Life Sciences Start-Up Competition!
Curios Labs wins first place with their wearable device, CheckPoint, which replaces a pain journal for chronic pain suffers. One click during an episode helps track and analyze pain symptoms for later reporting to their physician, easing the need for remembering and manually recording their pain experiences.
Congratulations Engineering Physics students Jenny Yang (2nd from Left) and Andrew Dworschak (R), and Mechanical Engineering students and Connor McFadyen and Allan Ng on their 2nd place finish at the Western Engineering Competition in Banff and second place in the Canadian Engineering Competition 2017! In the Western competition, teams of 4 had 8 hours to […]