April: — Researchers put popular nature kindergarten program to the test
pdf | html | Beverly Smith
March: — Understanding Canada's thawing north
pdf | html | Michael Whiticar
February: — Helping foster parents care for babies born with prenatal drug and alcohol exposure
pdf | html | Lenora Marcellus
January: — A UVic research team gets down to the genetic nitty gritty on why blueberries are good for us.
pdf | html | Dr. Peter Constabel
December: — A UVic geographer pioneers a "new" kind of aquaculture that mimics BC's coastal ecosystem.
pdf | html | Dr. Steven Cross
November: — Nanomedicine: catch the whisper, head off the roar.
pdf | html | Dr. Rustom Bhiladvala
October: — A new urban agriculture magazine sprouts out of a UVic writing class.
pdf | html | David Leach
September: — A UVic team pioneers the next step in the ever-evolving information age.
pdf | html | Yvonne Coady
June: — Mega-events like the Olympics leave behind much more than fond memories.
pdf | html | Colin Bennett
May: — A UVic geographer assesses earthquake hazard for Vancouver Island communities.
pdf | html | Mark Seemann
April: — Stem cells hold tremendous promise for treating disease. But first we need to understand how they work.
pdf | html | Dr. Stephanie Willerth
March: — A UVic business prof charts the bumpy road to market acceptance of clean technologies
pdf | html | Charlene Zietsma
February: — When BC's killer whales "talk," a UVic graduate student listens
pdf | html | Amalis Riera
January: — It's time to shift our thinking on the legal status of animals, says a UVic law scholar
pdf | html | Maneesha Deckha
December: — A new video game offers a virtual journey through the Coast Salish cultural landscape
pdf | html | Brian Thom
November: — A University of Victoria linguist
traces Victoria's fabled British roots
pdf | html | Dr. Alexandra D'Arcy
October: — Applied theatre shines spotlight on tobacco addiction and mental illness
pdf | html | Lauren Jerke
September: — UVic climate researchers take their expertise into the community
pdf | html | Andrew Weaver
June: — UVic research takes aim at an aggressive form of prostate cancer
pdf | html | Fraser Hof
May: —A UVic researcher's theory about BC's geological origins may surprise you
pdf | html | Dr. Stephen Johnston
April: — When community members
create business opportunities together, everyone can benefit
pdf | html | Ana Marie Peredo
March: — Strengthening support for end-of-life caregivers benefits the entire health care system
pdf | html | Dr. Kelli Stajduhar
February: — A UVic-led project assesses the energy potential of our restless west coast waves
pdf | html | Dr. Brad Buckham
January: Eye on the sky — UVic expertise helps build the world's largest telescope
pdf | html | Dr. Luc Simard
December: Life's a ball — There’s more going on at Victoria’s Ogden Point breakwater than meets the eye
pdf | html | Valerie Mucciarelli
November: "It changed my life forever" — . . . As it turns out, intensely happy and uplifting childhood memories can do just that
pdf | html | Dr. Daniel Scott
October: 21st-century explorers — A UVic research team helps pioneer the next generation of scientific ocean expeditions
html | Dr. Verena Tunnicliffe
September: Opening doors to Islam — A UVic historian takes Western scholarship to the heart of the Islamic world
pdf | html | Dr. Andrew Rippin
July/August: Cougar Tracker — A UVic project aims to reduce human-cougar conflict on Vancouver Island’s west coast
pdf | html | Dani Thompson
June: A bitter pill to swallow — Taking too many medications may be putting your health at risk
pdf | html | Dr. Peter Stephenson
May: Using our WITS — Victoria’s innovative anti-bullying program
is about to go national
pdf | html | Bonnie Leadbeater
April: Predicting the unpredictable — Mathematics can help us make sense of the complex and sometimes destructive forces of nature.
html | Dr. Florin Diacu
March: Better off alive — The only hope for many endangered species
is to show they’re more valuable alive.
pdf | html | Dr. Phil Dearden
February: The green challenge — UVic ingenuity drives award-winning entry in North American green car competition.
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January: Health care at your fingertips — A new web-based tool empowers diabetes patients—and saves health care money.
pdf | html Dr. Angela Downey
December: Slay those dragons — We all have psychological dragons that test our resolve to adopt greener lifestyles.
pdf | html Dr. Robert Gifford
November: Street smarts — UVic research helps drive community-based solutions to homelessness in Greater Victoria.
pdf | html Dr. Bernie Pauly
October: Going with the flow — Mimicking Mother Nature may help us ward off floods caused by climate change.
pdf | html Chris Jensen
October 4: On the trail of breast cancer — Protein research at UVic offers new hope for early detection.
pdf | html Dr. Terry Pearson
July: Toxic shock — With every salmon they eat, BC’s fish-eating orcas
are getting much more than a hard-won meal.
pdf | html Donna Cullon
June: Another world — A UVic marine biologist explores the strange world of undersea volcanoes.
pdf | html Verena Tunnicliffe
May: Yes we can...connect! — New invention helps people with disabilities bridge the distance gap.
pdf | html CanAssist team
April: On tap today... — UVic researchers flush out unsettling truths about water quality in some BC communities
pdf | html Dr. Azit Mazumder
March: A sporting chance—Competitive sports promote healthy living among Canada’s most vulnerable youth.
pdf | html Dr. Jeff Reading
February: Of lice and men— New research is uncovering the genetic secrets of BC’s most notorious marine parasite.
pdf | html Ben Koop
January: Oceans of data—At the heart of UVic’s two ocean observatories is one of the world’s most advanced data management systems.
pdf | html VENUS and NEPTUNE Canada
Shelter on wheels— A UVic-community partnership leads to “shelter in a cart” for homeless “binners”.
pdf | html Jutta Gutberlet
for your mind—A clear link between exercise and brain health holds promise for the treatment of neurological disorders.
pdf | html Dr. Brian Christie
All in the family —Starting a family and staying fit shouldn’t be mutually exclusive.
pdf | html Ryan Rhodes
Scholar of the undead — UVic is home to one of Canada’s few scholars of the vampire myth in literature and film.
pdf | html Dr. Peter Golz
Going with the wind—Using wind as a viable source of energy is more than just a lot of hot air.
pdf | html Curran Crawford
Sea of concern—Does local seafood pose a health risk for Vancouver Island’s First Nations people?
pdf | html Tom Child
Battling a silent menace—A UVic researcher leads the way in unravelling the molecular mysteries of syphilis.
pdf | html Dr. Caroline Cameron
Star struck —Studying the chemistry of distant stars offers tantalizing clues to our origins.
pdf | html Kim Venn
Cities for seniors —UVic research helps Saanich lead the way to an age-friendly future.
pdf | html Elaine Gallagher
From waves to wattage—UVic engineers explore a renewable energy source that’s right on our doorstep.
pdf | html Afzal Suleman
Battle of the superbug —A UVic biochemist is hot on the trail of a new weapon in our war against a killer microbe.
pdf | html Alisdair Boraston
Sweating it out —Research partnership helps Canada’s elite athletes reach for gold.
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On top of the world—The Victoria region is a hot spot for world-leading, Nobel-winning climate research.
pdf | html
Digital diagnosis —UVic research helps the health care sector cut down on paperwork.
pdf | html Dr. Andre Kushniruk
Buoyed by technology—A UVic geographer floats two portable ocean
observatories off Vancouver Island’s west coast.
pdf | html Dr. Olaf Niemann
Reading the future—The digital age is about to take book-reading to a whole new dimension.
pdf | html Dr. Ray Siemens
Softening the blow—UVic study will help new doctors learn how to deliver bad news clearly and tactfully.
pdf | html Agustin Del Vento
Weathering a sea of change —The effects of climate change are all too real for residents of the Queen Charlotte Islands.
pdf | html Ian Walker
Fuel for the future — Tired of your cell phone batteries dying? Pass the hydrogen, please.
pdf | html Angstrom Power
Back relief — UVic engineers are developing a new device to diagnose lower back pain.
pdf | html Peter Wild and Chris Dennison
Coasts under stress — Many of our coastal communities are in crisis. What can we do to fix them?
pdf | html Dr. Rosemary Ommer
How can our hospitals
be more elder-friendly? — We need to recognize the special health care needs of older patients.
pdf | html Belinda Parke
Message in a bottle — Researchers look to alcohol sales for clues to substance abuse in British Columbia.
pdf | html Tim Stockwell
Orca talk — A UVic computer scientist helps researchers access 36 years worth of whale conversation.
pdf | html George Tzanetakis
The waiting game — Shorter wait times for elective surgeries benefit everyone—patients and the medical system.
pdf | html Dr. Joseph Schaafsma
Back to the future — UVic scientists use advanced computer models to simulate past climates—and help shape future climate change policies.
pdf | html Andrew Weaver
In the public interest — Research at Canada’s only hands-on environmental law clinic helps give all of us our day in court.
pdf | html Chris Tollefson
Living with dementia — An ongoing study seeks ways to improve dementia care in British Columbia.
pdf | html Dr. Neena Chappell
Lore of the rings — UVic researchers use the growth rings of ancient trees to track B.C.’s climate over thousands of years.
pdf | html Dan Smith
Uncovering Victoria’s secrets— UVic student researchers help bring Victoria’s history to life on the Internet.
pdf | html John Lutz
Voices on the street — A UVic study leads to a better understanding of why some young people end up on the street.
pdf | html Dr. Cecilia Benoit and Dr. Mikael Jansson
One step ahead — A UVic microbiologist and his team play a key role in the global battle against deadly viruses.
pdf | html Dr. Chris Upton
Water detective — A UVic graduate student tracks the source of bacterial contamination in watersheds.
pdf | html Cindy Meays
Dying for a ride home—Teens know the tragic realities of drinking and driving. So why do they still do it?
pdf | html Dr. Bonnie Leadbeater
Explorers of the deep — Innovative marine technology developed by UVic engineers will help us all become ocean explorers
pdf | html Colin Bradley
Is the universe unfolding as it should? — Yes, it is— in the sky and on a computer screen near you
pdf | html Dr. Julio Navarro
Is aboriginal knowledge science? — Yes it is, say two UVic researchers who are helping to reshape the science curriculum in B.C. schools
pdf | html Lorna Williams and Gloria Snively
DNA detectives — A genetic structure
you've probably never heard of is the key to new disease treatments
pdf | html Dr.
Improving your access to health care — UVic research leads to the creation of B.C.'s first nurse practitioners
pdf | html Marjorie MacDonald and Rita Schreiber
Climate control — When it comes to regulating Earth’s climate, big things really do come in small packages
pdf | html Dr. Diana Varela
Taking aim at cancer — Improving the accuracy of radiation therapy is the goal of a UVic physicist
pdf | html Dr. Andrew Jirasek
Global warning — A UVic research team tracks the effects of climate
change in Canada's warming Arctic
pdf | html Terry
Keeping you in the driver's seat — Ongoing studies investigate safety and fitness issues for seniors who drive
pdf | html Holly Tuokko
Helping hands — UVic researchers help tsunami victims turn to nature to rebuild their shattered lives
pdf | html Dr. Philip Dearden
Quiet, please! — A little UVic ingenuity goes a long way for hearing-impaired schoolchildren
pdf | html University of Victoria Assistive Technology Team (UVATT)
Poplar Mechanics — The poplar tree is helping a UVic biologist understand how trees defend themselves against attack
pdf | html Dr. Peter Constabel
Fire and Ice — UVic researchers explore a potential energy source on—and under—B.C.'s seafloor
pdf | html Ross Chapman
Fuel for thought — A UVic research team lays the groundwork for a new generation of fuel cells
pdf | html Ned Djilali and Peter Oshkai
A passion for plants — UVic researcher helps B.C.'s indigenous peoples preserve their rich botanical heritage
pdf | html Dr. Nancy Turner
Photoswitches — the basis for molecular computing?
pdf | html Dr. Reg Mitchell
Computing, complexity and the human factor
pdf | html Dr. Margaret-Anne Storey
Star search — A UVic astronomer's laboratory is on the other
side of the universe
pdf | html Dr. Sara Ellison
Sugar-coated fungi — Dutch elm fungus holds
promise of new protein therapies
pdf | html Dr. Will Hintz
Treading new paths for neurotrauma rehab
pdf | html Dr. Paul Zehr
Gems of language
pdf | html Dr.
An unblinking eye on the ocean
pdf | html Dr. Chris Barnes
Facing-off against autism
pdf | html Dr.
pdf | html Dr.
pdf | html Dr.
Online child development education for Africa
pdf | html Dr. Alan Pence
Building better legal systems in Cambodia and
pdf | html Prof. Bill Neilson
The art & science of keeping the music alive
pdf | html Dr. Andy Schloss and Dr. Peter Driessen
"Draw, Pardner"— Art in the Wild West
pdf | html Dr. Brian Dippie
Getting the strait goods — A research team
is using creative ways to measure what’s going on in the
Strait of Georgia
pdf | html Dr. John
10,000 years ago in Haida Gwaii
pdf | html Dr.
A particular pursuit - Helping create a huge
pdf | html Dr.
The rescue of scholars from Nazi Germany
pdf | html Dr. David Zimmerman
The truth really is out there
pdf | html Dr. Chris Pritchet
Archaeology meets agriculture
in the desert
Dr. John Oleson
Not magic, MAGEX
Dr. Caren Helbing
Improving the detection
of breast cancer
Drs. Elise Fear & Maria Stuchly
Spying on the health of
Memory lapse: Should you worry?
Drs. David Hultsch & Esther Strauss
Dr. Ben Koop
Helping corporations go green
Dr. Monika Winn
Seeing inside supramolecular
Dr. Cornelia Bohne
Nutrition secrets of the
Dr. Barbara Hawkins
Building democracy in Eastern
Dr. Alison Preece
Trust me on this
Dr. A.R. Elangovan
Solving problems the
Getting to know the new
Dr. Amy Verdun
Internet Shakespeare Editions
Dr. Michael Best
Championing Children's Rights
Dr. Philip Cook & Natasha Blanchet-Cohen
Mapping the development of
Dr. Larry McCann
Getting to know you
Dr. Lily Dyson
Exercise for life
Dr. Sandra Gibbons
Helping preserve the 'soul'
of a culture
Dr. Ewa Czaykowska-Higgins
Hands-on learning yields budding
Dr. Wolf-Michael Roth
Tracking the elusive 'traditional
Dr. Eric Sager
Back on the (grand)mommy
Pat MacKenzie & Barb Wittington
Justice that heals
Dr. Michael Hadley
The biology of clean water
Dr. Asit Mazumder
Radical research with magnetic
Dr. Robin Hicks
Listening to the ocean
Drs. Ross Chapman & Stan Dosso
Slaying the sleeping
Dr. Terry Pearson
UVic chemist goes for
Dr. Tom Fyles
Next stop Nunavut for UVic
Prof. Jamie Cassels
Teaching tech-savvy students
Dr. Leslee Francis-Pelton
Story of the Coast Salish
Dr. Christine Welsh
Robots for inner & outer
Drs. Meyer Nahon & Inna Sharf
Big frogs in small ponds
Reducing caregiver stress
Dr. Lynne Young
Desktop galaxies: Computers
model the cosmos
Dr. Arif Babul
Professor fights 'brain drain,'
advances computer design
Dr. Micaela Serra
UVic penicillin research may
lead to new drug treatments
Dr. Ed Ishiguro