Research at the University of Victoria

Wiring the abyss 2016

Wiring the abyss 2016

UVic’s Ocean Networks Canada expands the research footprint of its world-leading ocean observatories.

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UVic Tree Ring Laboratory

The trees tell the tale

Tree ring analysis by climate researchers predicts dry times ahead for BC’s south coast.

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Why we need the ocean

Why we need the ocean

Ongoing research sheds light on the critical link between the ocean and climate change.

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Atkinson

Weather watchers

A geographer taps into the insights of northern residents on Arctic and coastal change.

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Sybil Seitzinger

Global reach

Sybil Seitzinger, an international expert on the causes of environmental change, heads the UVic-led Pacific Institute for Climate Solutions.

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UVic 2016 Project

On the grid

A UVic-led project is exploring the costs and benefits of electrical grid options for Canada.

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The University of Victoria is one of Canada's leading research universities and consistently ranks highly in many national and international surveys.
UVic Strategic Research Plan

Our researchers are global leaders…

  • they're having vital impact on our lives and the world around us through scientific, technological, social and artistic innovation.
  • they're working with communities, universities, governments, industry and other organizations worldwide to tackle the social, economic and environmental issues that matter.
  • they're grooming the next generation of innovators and thought leaders through dynamic, hands-on learning in Canada’s most extraordinary academic environment.
  • they're earning international, national and regional recognition for their achievements and influence.

Applying new knowledge

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We work closely with community, government and industry partners to move ideas, discoveries, creations and inventions forward for the betterment of society.

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