For a written e-feedback appointment, a CSC consultant will review your document and provide their suggested revisions in a response letter within 24 hours after the appointment time ends.
Institutional Programs team manages federal, provincial and regional research awards, including the Canada Foundation for Innovation (CFI), British Columbia Knowledge Development Fund (BCKDF), and Western Economic Diversification Canada (WED).
A research and development hub for UBC researchers who want to work collaboratively with other academic and industry partners to develop technologies, strategies and standards for application in defence, sport and health.
The University-Industry Liaison Office facilitates partnerships between researchers, industry, government and non-profit organizations, including relationship development, negotiating research contracts, and finding pathways for commercialization.
UNIWeb is an academic research network with CV management. It is a central repository for a researcher’s academic history. UNIWeb is a tool that gives researchers the ability to collaborate with colleagues in secure and private networks, streamline funding applications with Canadian Common CV (CCV) syncing capabilities, and manage and track the outputs of research groups and projects.
Consultations on purchasing grant funded computing equipment and procurement of equipment. Advice can be provided on available shared digital research infrastructure (i.e. core facilities, data sets, etc.) and software licenses.
Specialized technical support for faculty researchers in a research environment including software install, equipment configuration and deployment, and generalized support for technical issues.
Assistance in developing hardware, software, and workflow solutions to support research outcomes.
Supports the completion of mandatory Conflict of Interest (COI)/Conflict of Commitment (COC) declarations, which must be completed by all faculty and principal investigators annually or when appointments or circumstances change substantially.
QReserve is an online UBCO research asset inventory tool. The QReserve platform connects institutional equipment databases across Canada and allows users to explore available equipment, services, and facility research areas and then to contact laboratories for more information. It functions as a platform to reserve equipment by external users and features both ‘wish list’ and ‘buy/sell’ applications.