Undergraduate student in Saanich Inlet

Saanich Inlet project sheds light on ocean dead zones

Oceanographers from around the world are learning more about ocean dead zones, in a UVic-led research project taking place in Saanich Inlet near Victoria.

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Emily Lieuwen

Chemistry student wins the Provost Award

Aspiring veterinarian, chemistry student and soccer mid-fielder Emily Lieuwen was recognized for being the student-athlete with the highest GPA in 2015-16. Photo credit: APShutter.com 

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Fraser Hof, chemist

Buzz builds over beer chemistry collaboration

UVic chemist Fraser Hof is working with scientists at Phillips Brewing to improve commercial brewing processes. The collaboration aims to develop a method of identifying when yeast can no longer be reused.

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Field School

Preparing for success

At UVic, every student is immersed in dynamic learning that's fuelled by research-inspired insights and personal, hands-on experiences.

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Caren Helbing, Molecular Biologist

A new method for early detection

Using eDNA, researchers can now take a scoop of water or soil and know with confidence whether an invasive species has been there. 

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Science Award Winners

2016 Science Awards

Each year UVic Science recognizes the outstanding contributions of faculty and staff. 

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