Dr. Duong poses with planetary disk model

Tracing planetary movement in dust and gas

Astrophysicist Ruobing Dong is revolutionizing the field of observational planet formation and has earned a 2020 Alfred P. Sloan Foundation Research Fellowship to continue doing so.

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Ideafest returns to UVic, March 2–7

This year's Ideafest festival features over 35 events, including Beyond Plastic. Join the discussion on tackling Canada’s plastic problem. All events are free and open to the public.

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Head shots of three distinguished alumni award recipients from left to right: Richard Van Camp, Sybil Verch and Robert “Lucky” Budd.

UVic Distinguished Alumni Awards

On Feb. 4, the UVic Alumni Association honoured 12 UVic Distinguished Alumni award recipients from across all faculties. Pictured (left to right) are Richard Van Camp (BFA '97), Sybil Verch (BCom '97) and Robert “Lucky” Budd (BA ‘00, MA ’05).

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Olav Krigolson (centre) with UVic PhD students, Tom Ferguson (left) and Chad Williams (right).

Brain burnout

Olav Krigolson has developed a unique mobile electroencephalography (EEG) system to investigate what’s happening in our brains when we’re tired, stressed, oxygen-deprived, struggling with dementia, concussed—or on Mars.

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Top 10 newsmakers of 2019

As UVic looks ahead in the new year, we’re also celebrating our most memorable moments and compelling stories of 2019.

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Rory Hills leans on scientific equipment

UVic biochemistry student named 2020 Rhodes Scholar

Biochemistry undergraduate student Rory Hills developed a love for science early in life. This drove his desire to help solve society’s toughest problems including the opioid crisis and climate change.

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Nick Dechev holds an artificial hand in front of a Victoria Hand Project sign.

Victoria Hand Project extends its reach

Nick Dechev and the Victoria Hand Project receive $1M from TD Bank Group to provide 3D-printed devices to kids with scoliosis and to amputees in underserved and remote communities in Canada & US.

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Ian Manners poses on a stairwell

Breakthrough alters makeup of material surfaces

In Science-published research, UVic chemist Ian Manners discovers a new way to change the chemical makeup of surfaces.

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Beyond bloodlines: How the Wet’suwet’en hereditary system works

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Retelling the Holocaust

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