A PRODUCTION STUDIO BASED IN VANCOUVER, CANADA.WE MAKE SHORT FILMS FOR CLIENTS. SOMETIMES WE ALSO TAKE THE CREATIVE LEAD ON SPECIAL DIGITAL PROJECTS AND CONTRIBUTE TO COMMUNITY INITIATIVES.
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Quantum discoveries have led to many of our most amazing technologies (smartphones, MRI scanners, the internet). Take a look into the quantum future.
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Founded by Nobel Prize winner, Carl Wieman, CWSEI has transformed the way university students learn science.
Now 93 years old, Iola became a wildlife biologist in the post-war 1940s, when few women entered the profession.
UBC Science Professor Rachel Pottinger is teaching undergrads new ways to solve problems in the university's first computational thinking class.
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Our relationship with nature in the immediate urban environment is shifting. By taking learning beyond indoor classrooms into the outdoors, we reconnect with the natural world we live in.
The Drill Cover allows surgeons to safely use a hardware store power drill in a clean surgical environment - whether it be in a hospital in Uganda, or a military field tent in Syria.
When we feel a case of the Monday blues, we pop on this video for an instant ear-to-ear grin. Stephen is possibly the most optimistic man we've ever filmed.
From "snarge" to unidentified museum artifacts, forensic ornithologist Ildiko Szabo investigates bird mysteries big and small.
A beekeeping non-profit and a UBC isotope lab have joined forces to help the DTES and monitor Vancouver’s urban pollution.
From new buildings to new discoveries and all the amazing achievements in between, here’s a look at some of UBC Science's greatest hits from 2016.
We’ve tackled many of the storage and processing problems inherent in an increasingly data-rich society. But making sense of all the data, interactions and records is the new frontier.
We filmed this little taster on the first day of summer at Ruby Lake Village - a magical 90 acre piece of land on the Sunshine Coast right on a spring-fed lake so clear you can drink from it.
In a few years, everybody will have robots in their homes. But if your robot makes a mistake or harms someone, who is responsible?
Our first time experimenting with aerial videography! Throw in some nifty animation and wabbam! You have this!
A group of young engineers masterminded an invention that has the potential to make a huge impact across the developing world.