Current faculty and staff

Roberts shows Madeleine (5 years) and Owen (10 years) Brookes the "Facts of Life" app on her iPad

When it’s time for "the talk"

Need help talking to your kids about sex? There's an app for that.

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Reuven in his lab

Listening to the "voice" of proteins

Reuven Gordon has created a way to record the high-frequency acoustic vibrations of proteins and the technique is about to change the pace of drug discovery.

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Woman on a computer outdoors

UVic's Online Academic Community

Thanks to the new Online Academic Community (OAC), UVic faculty, staff and students can now create their own WordPress websites and blogs—all you need is a NetLink ID. Visit oac.uvic.ca to get started.

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CARSA climbing wall

Peninsula Co-op is CARSA’s first corporate naming partner

UVic, thanks to support from its first corporate naming partner, is one step closer to fulfilling the vision for CARSA, opening in 2015. On Nov. 4, a key focal point was named: the Peninsula Co-op Climbing Wall. (Photo: UVic and Peninsula Co-op officials at the base of the newly named wall.)

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Karlen in lab

Turning on the high beam

UVic physicist Dean Karlen leads the development of a new, world-class particle accelerator that will lead to advances in nuclear medicine, materials science and environmental remediation.

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Two researchers in a car

Staying behind the wheel

UVic psychologist Holly Tuokko, left, is a lead investigator in a Canada-wide study on older drivers.

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Current faculty and staff

Resources


News

Experts on US-Cuban relations

Two UVic researchers provide expert comment to media for the historic breaking news on Dec. 17 about normalization of diplomatic relations between the US and Cuba after five decades of tension.

Rain garden makes a splash for local school

A new rain garden unveiled Dec. 5 at Oak and Orca school in Victoria is a collaborative project involving grades K to 12, as well as teachers and parents. Thanks to UVic master’s student Catherine Orr, learning about water cycles in the classroom can now make a splash outdoors too.

What will the voice of proteins tell us?

Reuven Gordon has created a way to record the high-frequency acoustic vibrations of proteins and the technique is about to change the pace of drug discovery.