Video from CUPC 2012
Posted by on January 13, 2013
Euweng, Chairman of the Canadian Undergraduate Physics Conference has just posted the presentation videos of our participants in 2012!

The event, held from Oct. 25 through 29 at the UBC Vancouver campus and Downtown Vancouver, is an annual research conference organized by undergraduates for the promotion and sharing of undergraduate Physics research that draws several hundred students every year to socialize and trade insights into their respective work.

We are proud to have sponsored several BioPhysics Society members to present, and look forward to exciting research from students in the field for 2013!

Videos:
http://www.youtube.com/2012CUPC

More information:
http://www.cupc.ca/
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3rd Annual Physics & Astronomy Career Night
Posted by joanna on January 10, 2013
Date: Jan. 16th
Time: 5:15-8pm
Location: Ladha

The evening will feature an alumni panel of guests from a variety of industries and with different levels of experience.

PhysSoc will moderate the discussion and take questions from the audience to learn from the panelists. After the panel, there will be a mix and mingle between panelists and students over pizza and snacks.

To register: http://phascareernight.eventbrite.com/

Agenda
5:15 pm - 5:30 pm Sign in
5:30 pm - 6:30 pm Alumni Panel Session
Shaun Dychko: Web developer & Physics teacher
Tommy Levi: Machine-learning, Plenty of Fish
Duncan Long: Software Engineer, Clevest Solutions
Chris Campbell: Founder, Campbell Group Solution
Anindya Mukherjee: Quantitative Analyst, FinCAD
6:30 pm - 6:45 pm Break and light dinner served
6:45 pm - 8:00 pm Networking Session
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Happy Holidays!
Posted by joanna on December 10, 2012
Reminder that our Holiday party is coming up! Check out our FB page and RSVP to ubcbiophys.at.gmail.com

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Join us for the BPSS Year End Party!
Posted by on December 3, 2012
And so the ominous date fast approaches: Dec 21, 2012. None of us know what it'll bring, but this is where they want us to be when it does.

And what's biophysics, the most powerful organization in the world, going to do about Dec 21, 2012? WE WILL FIGHT IT. Together we are armed with knowledge and skills that is unfathomable to men.

But before we wage a war, we must get together one last time, mingle, party, and appreciate each others' companies. The night before Dec 21, we shall host a celebration, a gathering of wits and wisdom.

The brotherhood of biophysics is bound by loyalty and secrecy, but this time, we shall allow outsiders into our creed, for now is a time we need more men than ever. So please, bring as many people as you can gather to this celebration. We will teach you our tenets.

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Now.. the not so interesting (but mandatory) descriptions:

What: Movie - Wreck It Ralph/Prometheus (whatever wins), food, drinks, and games
Who: All scholars welcome.
Where: PhysSoc, Hennings 307
When: Thursday December 20th @ 4pm

Afterwards, if people are up to it, we will go out for dinner (location TBD) and return for a poker tournament.

Door prize (randomized): Free BPSS T-shirt! (OHMAHGOLLY!!!)

PLEASE RSVP TO ubcbiophys@gmail.com

Also! Put down if you want to pick up a BPSS Shirt! (They're $15 each)
Yes/No + your size!

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Niente vero, tutto permesso.
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2nd Year Rep
Posted by on October 21, 2012
Hey everyone!

We're looking for prospective students in 2nd year sciences that would be interested in promoting the BioPhysics Society to fellow students!

Your role:

Promote BPSS to junior students! Spread the word!
Contact other 2nd year students and inform them of BPSS events!

Interested candidates:

Email UBCBiophys@gmail.com

We look forward to hearing from you!
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The UBC Biophysics Student Society offers support for both the academic and social aspects of our students.

The field of Biophysics contains many different areas ranging from molecules to proteins to organisms. With such diverse range of topics, the laws of physics that apply to each topic is equally varied. Therefore, Biophysics brings together many different topics of physics to bear into the investigation of biological matter.

Upcoming Events:

Careers Night
Time: Weds, Jan 15 2013 @ 5:15PM
Location: Michael Smith Labs
Cost: Free
RSVP: Here


Contact:

Email:
ubcbiophys.at.gmail.com

Address:
Hennings 307
6224 Agricultural Road
Vancouver, BC, V6T 1Z1
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