Students from British Columbia and around the world can now study for careers in the life sciences, such as genetics, health care, conservation and ecology, in the renovated and expanded Undergraduate Life Sciences Teaching Laboratories at the University of British Columbia (UBC).
The $91.4-million project increases capacity and provides life-sciences students with opportunities to learn in well-equipped and spacious teaching laboratories, modern classrooms and study areas with greater possibilities for collaboration and hands-on learning.
“UBC is an integral part of a vibrant Vancouver community and a global leader in teaching, learning and research. The new Undergraduate Life Sciences Teaching Laboratories allow it to continue to provide world-class education to its students and to develop tomorrow’s scientific leaders who will make life better for future generations of people in British Columbia and beyond.” – David Eby, MLA for Vancouver Point Grey
Please click here to learn more about the newly renovated and expanded Undergraduate Life Sciences Teaching Laboratories at the University of British Columbia.