Asteroids named after two local space enthusiasts

Mark Brennae
November 13, 2023

Latest honour highlights decades of local astronomy work, and gives a glimpse into how the night sky is named


UVic’s first satellite launch delayed by stormy weather

By Jolene Rudisuela
November 24, 2022

Project four years in the making will help telescopes measure the brightness of stars with greater accuracy


How ‘water detectives’ are protecting cities from flooding and scarcity, one stream at a time

By Erica Gies
June 24, 2022

From San Francisco to Victoria, the key to taming water is giving it what it wants.


How a Victoria nonprofit obtained Canada's first medical exemption for magic mushrooms

By Anna J. James
August 27, 2020

Psilocybin, the active ingredient in "magic" mushrooms, has been banned in Canada since 1974


Even after dying loved ones become unresponsive they can still hear you: UBC Study

By Tristin Hopper
July 7, 2020

New study by Victoria-raised scientist monitored the brain activity of dying patients in their final moments


Why the Southern Resident Killer Whales are Dying

By Natasha Simpson
September 17, 2019

The world’s most iconic orcas are on a collision course with extinction, and it’s because of much more than oil tankers