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Forging prosthetics from plastic for a pittance

2017 January — In a small, windowless lab in the University of Victoria’s faculty of engineering complex, prosthetic hands dangle from a peg board. These prototypes – produced with a 3-D printer and a few nuts and bolts – have launched a program that provides patients with customized, working hands in the most impoverished communities around the globe.

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University of Victoria Men’s Golf vs NAIA National Championship

Gear up to Graduate

Graduating this spring? This resource hub will help you make the leap into the workingworld.

BC Parks iNaturalist project underway!

Check out what Environmental Studies professor Dr. Brian Starzomski and his team areworking on in summer 2019: see link below, BC Parks Big Summer iNaturalist project.

University of Victoria Men’s Golf vs NAIA National Championship

Physics and Astronomy Seminar: Dr. Berta Margalef, Observatoire de Paris

"Anomaly detection methods for astronomical images"

Noon Meditation - Staff, Faculty & Students

We start with a basic meditation instruction at 12:15pm followed by a 20 minute breathmeditation at 12:25pm. We are done by 12:50pm.

Religion and Public Holocaust Remembrance in Britain

This lecture ex­plores ways in which the expanding number of public efforts to remember the Holocaust in Britain relates to the country's religious-secular landscape.