UBC students brew up smartphone app to help craft beer makers (Undergraduate students Alan Vilchis and Ricardo Rivera). December 28, 2017. The Globe and Mail.
UBC researchers step into starry virtual world to better understand galaxy formation (Dr. Harvey Richer). December 22, 2017. CBC News.
Stars of wonder: UBC prof captures 'spectacular' images of cosmic clusters (Dr. Harvey Richer). December 21, 2017. Guelph Mercury Tribune.
A race back to the moon: Why 2017 was a year of lunar milestones (Dr. Jaymie Matthews). December 7, 2017. CTV News.
Astronomer shares $3M physics Breakthrough Prize (Dr. Gary Hinshaw). December 6, 2017. Cornell Chronicle.
We've not found aliens yet, so let's start listening for different signals (Dr. Jaymie Matthews). December 5, 2017. Wired.
NASA Voyager 1 interview (Dr. Jaymie Matthews). December 4, 2017. Global National.
These 12 People Are Changing Science (Dr. Gary Hinshaw). December 4, 2017. Time Magazine.
Gary Hinshaw wins 2018 Breakthrough Prize in Fundamental Physics (Dr. Gary Hinshaw). December 4, 2017. UBC Science.
Seeing the glow behind the universe nets UBC scientist a Breakthrough Prize in physics (Dr. Gary Hinshaw). December 4, 2017. The Globe and Mail.
What is cosmic microwave background? Top science prize awarded to researchers who determined the age of the Universe (Dr. Gary Hinshaw). December 4, 2017. Newsweek.
UBC astrophysicist honoured for work on determining universe’s age, composition (Dr. Gary Hinshaw). December 4, 2017. Vancouver is awesome.
UBC astrophysicist honoured for work on determining universe's age, composition (Dr. Gary Hinshaw). December 3, 2017. The Western Star.
Gleeful scientists spot ‘Oumuamua, the first object originating from outside of our solar system (Dr. Brett Gladman; writtern by PHAS graduate student Jacob White). November 22, 2017. Ubyssey.
Massive new radio telescope in Penticton has a 20-year mission (Dr. Mark Halpern). November 1, 2017. Ubyssey.
Rick Mercer Report (Dr. Andrea Damascelli,14:00-16:15). October 24, 2017. CBC TV.
Students: Maybe you don’t have to choose your discipline (Dr. James Charbonneau). October 18, 2017. The Globe and Mail.
Putting new tools in the hands of leading Canadian scientists. October 13, 2017. Markets Insider.
$23 million in new funding for Dunlap Institute astronomers. October 13, 2017. Dunlap Institute for Astronomy & Astrophysics.
New materials, astronomy research at UBC get boost from CFI. October 13, 2017. UBC Science.
Astronomers Have Finally Found Most of The Universe's Missing Visible Matter (PHAS alumnus Hideki Tanimura) October 10, 2017. Science Alert.
Ground breaking work on pulsars earns UBC astrophysicist prestigious prize (Dr. Ingrid Stairs). October 5, 2017. Ubyssey.
Co-operative research revolution could answer call to transform science and society (Dr. Lorne Whitehead). October 4, 2017. National Post.
Entrepreneur of the Year 2017: Technology (Engineering Physics alumnus Scott Phillips). September 29, 2017. BC Business.
Nigel Lockyer appointed to second term as director of Fermilab (Dr. Nigel Lockyer). September 27, 2017. UChicagoNews.
Royal Society of Canada awards medals to two UBC researchers (Dr. Ingrid Stairs). September 19, 2017. UBC Science.
A new test of water ripples supports the idea of quantum heat in a vacuum (Dr. Bill Unruh). September 18, 2017. Science News.
Canada’s largest radio telescope begins map of the universe (CHIME). September 17, 2017. The Varsity.
Cassini's End - Early Edition (Dr. Aaron Boley at 51:47). September 15, 2017. CBC Radio.
Physicist Turned Filmaker Explores Hidden Histories (alumnus Alejandro Yoshizawa). September 12, 2017. UBC Science.
Starting bell sounds for CHIME (CHIME). September 8, 2017. IOP PhysicsWorld.com.
A dark matter of fact: Canadian telescope to unlock the secrets of the universe (CHIME). September 8, 2017. Canadian Manufacturing.
New radio telescope unveiled in B.C. (CHIME, Dr. Mark Halpern). September 7, 2017. CBC "The National".
Canada's largest radio telescope unveiled in British Columbia (CHIME). September 7, 2017. CBC News.
Mapping the universe and understanding dark matter in the south Okanagan (CHIME, Dr. Gary Hinshaw). September 7, 2017. Global News.
Listening for the universe to chime in (CHIME, Dr. Mark Halpern). September 7, 2017. Globe and Mail.
New Canadian telescope will map largest volume of space ever surveyed (CHIME, Dr. Mark Halpern). September 7, 2017. UBC Science.
This Huge Telescope is Built Like A Halfpipe and Hunts for Dark Energy (CHIME, Dr. Mark Halpern). September 7, 2017. MotherBoard.
Science minister installs final part of CHIME telescope, one of largest astronomical research instruments in world (CHIME). September 7, 2017. UofT News.
New Canadian telescope will map largest volume of space ever surveyed (CHIME, Dr. Mark Halpern). September 7, 2017. UBC Reports.
Video Captures 'Insane' Meteor That Stunned Onlookers: 'It Seemed So Close' (Dr. Jaymie Matthews). September 6, 2017. International Business Times.
More musing on meteor (Dr. Brett Gladman). September 6, 2017. Castanet.
As fireball lights up Calgary sky, Calgarians light up social media (Dr. Brett Gladman). September 6, 2017. CBC News.
Witnesses stunned by ‘insane’ meteor over British Columbia and Alberta (Dr. Brett Gladman). September 5, 2017. Globe and Mail.
Astronomy: Telescope to use radio waves to shine light on Big Bang (CHIME). September 3, 2017. The Columbus Dispatch.
Eclipse inspires unexpectedly large crowds at Vancouver Art Gallery and UBC campus. August 28, 2017. Ubyssey.
Monday's solar eclipse: Where to go and how to watch it safely. August 17, 2017. Vancouver Sun.
Four places in Vancouver to take in the solar eclipse. August 17, 2017. Vancouver Courier.
49 things to do in Metro Vancouver on Friday, August 18. August 17, 2017. Georgia Straight.
'Day and night': Partial eclipse won't bring awe of totality to B.C., but still promises to impress. August 16, 2017. CBC News.
Solar eclipse viewing parties being held around Vancouver on August 21. August 16, 2017. DailyHive.
A guide to the August 21 total solar eclipse. August 16, 2017. UBC News.
Robot competition held in Vancouver university. August 11, 2017. XinhuaNet.com
Einstein = clever. Black holes seemingly affected by relativity (Dr. Jaymie Matthews). August 9, 2017. WIRED.
Ron Olowin, Saint Mary’s physics, astronomy professor, dies (PHAS alumnus Dr. Ron Olowin). August 8, 2017. East Bay Times.
Do Other Planets Have Solar Eclipses? (Post-doc fellow Christa Van Laerhoven). August 5, 2017. Live Science.
Canadian-led study akin to antimatter forensics (PHAS alumnus Dr. Michael Hayden). August 2, 2017. SFU Media Release.
Rocket team rises to first-place finish. (Engineering Physics student Simon Bambey). July 19, 2017. Penticton Western News.
2016-17 UBC Annual Report (Graduate student Michelle Kunimoto at 2:39:00). UBC Annual Report. July 17, 2017.
Canadian astronomer, avid coin collector pens book on rare Newfoundland gold coins (Dr. Harvey Richer). The Telegram. July 15, 2017.
Why we still don’t get gravity (Dr. Mark Van Raamsdonk). UBC Science. July 10, 2017.
Why you haven’t exploded (yet) (PhD students Qingdi Wang and Zhen Zhu). Ubyssey. July 6, 2017.
‘Reflections of Canada’ Offers New Take on 150th Celebrations (Dr. Philip Stamp). The Tyee. June 26, 2017.
Cross Country Checkup: Canada's 150 Anniversary (Dr. Philip Stamp at 1:36:08). CBC Radio One. June 24, 2017.
Where Gravity Is Weak and Naked Singularities Are Verbote (Dr. Matt Choptuik). Quanta Magazine. June 20, 2017.
Scientists make waves with black hole research (Dr. Bill Unruh). EurekAlert! June 14, 2017.
Canadian-led study casts doubt on existence of Planet Nine (Dr. Brett Gladman and PHAS alumnus Cory Shankman). The Globe and Mail. June 20, 2017.
Planet Formation (Dr. Aaron Boley). Peter Wall Institute for Advanced Studies. June 8, 2017.
Dark Energy May Lurk in the Nothingness of Space (PhD student Qingdi Wang and Dr. Bill Unruh). Space.com. May 31, 2017.
Space time 'fluctuates wildly' claims new theory that could shed new light on how the universe is expanding (PhD student Qingdi Wang and Dr. Bill Unruh). Mail Online. May 16, 2017.
Vigorous tiny vibrations help our universe swell, say particle boffins (PhD student Qingdi Wang and Dr. Bill Unruh). The Register. May 16, 2017.
New Explanation for Dark Energy? Tiny Fluctuations of Time And Space (PhD students Qingdi Wang, Zhen Zhu, and Dr. Bill Unruh). Universe Today. May 18, 2017.
L’expansion de l’Univers enfin expliquée? (PhD student Qingdi Wang and Dr. Bill Unruh). Radio Canada. May 16, 2017.
Expansion of the Universe is Likely Driven by Quantum Fluctuation, not Dark Energy (PhD student Qingdi Wang and Dr. Bill Unruh). Telegiz. May 17, 2017.
Controversial Theory Says Expansion of Universe Is Driven by Quantum Fluctuations - Not Dark Energy (Dr. Bill Unruh). Newsweek. May 16, 2017.
New Research May Reconcile General Relativity and Quantum Mechanics (PhD student Qingdi Wang and Dr. Bill Unruh). Futurism. May 17, 2017.
UBC researchers propose answer to fundamental space problem (PhD student Qingdi Wang, Dr. Bill Unruh, and Dr. Jaymie Matthews). CBC News. May 16, 2017.
Accelerating Expansion Of The Universe Could Be Driven By Energy Of Quantum Vacuum, New Theory Says (PhD students Qingdi Wang, Zhen Zhu, and Dr. Bill Unruh). International Business Times. May 16, 2017.
The Early Edition - 16 May 2017 - Cosmic Expansion (Dr. Jaymie Matthews). CBC Radio Vancouver. May 16, 2017.
Space-Time is Constantly Moving, Physicists Say (PhD student Qingdi Wang and Dr. Bill Unruh). Sci News. May 15, 2017.
PART X: From the outer reaches of our universe. Innovation.ca. April 24, 2017.
Q&A: The law-trained physicist turned movie technician. (PHAS alumnus Laura Kasian) Physics Today. April 19, 2017.
Could space travellers melt as they accelerate through deep space? (Dr. Bill Unruh) Universe Today. April 17, 2017.
'Rolling in the Higgs:' a scientist discovers YouTube fame. (UBC Physics & Astronomy) CBC News British Columbia. April 7, 2017.
Whistler students win gold at Physics Olympics. (UBC Physics Olympics) Question. March 21, 2017.
BC high schoolers compete in Physics Olympics, nerd madness ensues. (UBC Physics Olympics, Dr. Jaymie Matthews) Ubyssey. March 10, 2017.
North Shore well represented at youth physics competition. (UBC Physics Olympics) North Shore News. March 9, 2017.
Kelowna student taking part in summer university program (UBC Physics Olympics). February 25, 2017.
Interview with Dr. Jaymie Matthews on TRAPPIST-1 discovery. Global National: Feb 22. February 22, 2017.
Interview with Dr. Aaron Boley. Sense of Place with Minelle Mahtani. Roundhouse Radio. February 14, 2017.
UBC's rising astronomy star Michelle Kunimoto seeks distant worlds (MSc student Michelle Kunimoto and Dr. Jaymie Matthews). Vancouver Sun. January 15, 2017.
MSc student Michelle Kunimoto named Forbes "30 under 30" (MSc student Michelle Kunimoto). Forbes. January 5, 2017.