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Agriculture suffered most, with almost all of its research at a standstill by Jacob Biely's fowl paralysis work was kept alive by donations from Vancouver feed companies. Little research in other science faculties took place during the Depression, but what was done was significant. Harris studied rare earths; Dolman investigated undulant fever, botulism and staphylococcal infection; G. Spencer examined insect pests.
George Volkoff, dean of sciences from until his retirement, began at UBC as a physics student in His work would net him a Governor General's award in The research was done by the faculty. He started his research with a grant from California. Cooperative agreements with the Dominion department of agriculture as well as other government and private sources enabled the faculty of agriculture to continue its experimental work with wheat, alfalfa, and cattle. Alexander S. There was, however, no faculty of medicine in which to carry out the work, so arrangements were made to use the laboratories of the department of bacteriology in conjunction with Connaught Laboratories.
By , a department of preventative medicine was planned, but this would be thwarted by World War II. But by , the total grant from the B. On the 10th day of the month, Canada entered the Second World War. Like all universities, UBC was suddenly called upon to accelerate its research to wage war against a technologically sophisticated enemy. Said President Klinck in his Annual Report: " New, pertinent courses such as chemistry of munitions and rigid and fluid mechanics were added to the curriculum, and science programs flourished.
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For 10 years, this was the only structure on the Point Grey campus. We had a special lab attached to the Chemistry Building. The lab held 32 students. I held classes in embryology and also comparative anatomy. I taught from 8 am to 10 pm every day for two years. The students did pre-med in two years. Studies were conducted by all science faculties on everything from food poisoning to solvent extraction of coal and shale and, of course, war armaments. The department of geology and geography explored for strategic minerals.
One of the cordites developed by the department of chemistry was put into commercial production in The faculty of applied science tested machine parts and smelted low grade ores. The department of mining and metallurgy changed its research emphasis from mining and smelting metallurgy to manufacturing metallurgy as a result of its association with the War Metals Board. Tungsten, nickel, and antimony were treated in an experimental mill extracting low-grade ores for commercial use.
The main research efforts in the faculty of agriculture were directed towards solving food production problems for Allied Forces and the general population, much of it a continuation of the experiments conducted during top UBC's first president, Frank Fairchild Wesbrook. Klinck succeeded Wesbrook and served for 25 years.
Researchers in the department of dairying made advances in the science of cheese making and helped increase the province's cheese output. A superior breed of chicken—the Hampbar—was created in the department of poultry husbandry under E.
A significant development occurred in with the formation of the British Columbia Scientific Research Council. It brought government, industry and the university together to centralize applied research. Head ofthe physics department, Gordon Shrum, was appointed acting head. The non-profit B. Research Council, with the underlying purpose of supplying science and technology for provincial development, operated out of a small group of huts on campus.
A private company since , B. Research Corporation still retains its ties with UBC in joint projects such as food product development and processing, ocean technology and alternative fuel research. Says president Terry Howard: "We see the B. Research Corporation as a major provincial focus for industry research and development in B.
The period following was marked by the onslaught of platoons of returning soldiers and serious growth on campus. Physics, biological sciences, pharmacy, bacteriology, preventative medicine, agriculture and horticulture all received new housing, critical for urgently needed teaching and research activities.
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The faculties of medicine and pharmacy were created, and forestry was elevated to a faculty in The war's catalytic effect on research also resulted in the creation of the faculty of graduate studies. The first functioning medical faculties were anatomy, biochemistry, physiology, physical medicine, obstetrics and gynaecology, paediatrics, pathology, and surgery. Research projects were sponsored by the National Research Council, commercial firms, and foundations: the Hamber Endowment Fund was particularly generous.
The emphasis on forestry evolved according to the practical needs of industry, and research work was carried out in genetics, aimed especially at the conservation and reforestation of the commercially valuable Douglas fir. In addition to a research forest in Garibaldi Park, the new faculty received many research donations from, among others, the B. Logging Association and the H. MacMillan Exporting Company. The institutes of Oceanography and Fisheries were established in graduate studies in and respectively.
Physics and chemistry, crucial war contributors, expanded rapidly in the post-war period, continuing research projects at the request of federal defense and scientific agencies. Applied science received a new building in and the department of mechanical and electrical engineering was divided.
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Agricultural research also expanded; work in alfalfa seed products and in the effects of ultra-violet radiation on animals were notable. Research grants accounted for 18 per cent ofthis increase. A campus computer centre equipped with an LWAC electronic computer was installed in for quantitative analysis of scientific problems. Pure sciences achieved the most spectacular research results and developed during the s with large grants from the NRC and the Defense Research Board.
In the department of bacteriology and immunology, Dolman worked on botulism.
Duff on gangrene, and Bismanis on staphylococcus. In conjunction with other departments, valuable cancer research was carried out with the support of the National Cancer Institute. A centre for virus and tissue research was also established with the cooperation of the Western Division of Connaught Laboratories. Government and agency grants.
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The new IBM model was a boon to researchers. The machine has less computing power than today's ATs. The American magazine Science in noted that UBC ranked fourth among North American universities in terms of distinguished scientists who had received their first degree during the period. Medicine got a research lab on viral diseases from the B.
Polio Fund in and conducted drug addiction research with a grant from the Federal department of mental health services. The faculty also received a number of research grants from special disease societies and organizations. Kenneth Evelyn was appointed director of B. Medical Research Institute and a general medical research fund was instituted. Research Council. Among other achievements, he succeeded in producing Enzyme A, a major factor in metabolism, and made important DNA discoveries, including demonstrating how to join building blocks into chains of DNA.
When he earned his Nobel Prize almost ten years later, he acknowledged the importance of UBC scientists and their research.