BBM Staff and Volunteer Summer Party 2022

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How to Build an A+ Fossil Collection

How to Build an A+ Fossil Collection

Find out what are the steps to create a fossil collection!

Photo Credits: Doug Beckers (Wiki Commons 2.0)

Rethinking with Compassion

How UBC’s Joyce (Lanko) Elliott Revolutionized Small Animal Science.

Spring Break 2022

Spring Break 2022

Join us this Spring Break for a different activity every day, brought to you by volunteers, staff, curators, and special guests!

This sunflower head has 55 clockwise spirals and 34 counter-clockwise spirals (34 and 55 are successive numbers in the Fibonacci sequence. ["Sunflowers" by CarmineMedia is licensed under CC BY-SA 2.0]

Fibonacci Day

Who was Fibonacci and why is he relevant to biodiversity?

Falcons in Waist Coats

Falcons in Waist Coats

The Museum cabinets are like photo albums for our Curators. Read about the Aplomado, one of the specimens in the Cowan Tetrapod Collection falcon’s cabinet.

What I did during my internship at the Beaty Biodiversity Museum

What I did during my internship at the Beaty Biodiversity Museum

Jamie Clarke, a recent graduate of the Biology program at UBC, writes about her work at the Beaty Biodiversity Museum and the Researchers Revealed project.

Darling Dung Beetle Discovered at the Beaty Biodiversity Museum

Darling Dung Beetle Discovered at the Beaty Biodiversity Museum

Scientists found a 40-year-old treasure hidden in a drawer of the insect collection at the Beaty Biodiversity Museum. New to science, this darling dung beetle has finally been properly introduced to the scientific community at large.

Couple friends canoeing on a wooden canoe during a colourful sunny sunset. Harrison River, BC, Canada. By EB Adventure Photography

Celebrating International Rivers Day

On March 14th, give a thought to rivers near you and how important they are!

BRC Community’s Choice is Warren Wong (UBC-V, Carillo Lab), for the photograph "Intimacy between Parasitoid and Host"

Biodiversity Research Photo Competition 2020/2021

The BRC Photo Photo Competition has wrapped up and we present our top three finalists!