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Oct 30 / 2017

Langley, B.C. – Red and black – the colours in Kwantlen Polytechnic University's logo – are the new green.

KPU has won the...

Oct 25 / 2017
Dr. James Hoyland, KPU physics instructor competes on The Great Canadian Baking Show

Science and baking is always an experiment.


Oct 23 / 2017
KPU wins bronze at BC Beer Awards

B.C.’s only brewing diploma program isn’t just developing the next generation of brewers, it’s brewing award-winning beer, too.

Kwantlen Polytechnic University (KPU) won...

Oct 19 / 2017

KPU diploma graduates can now leverage their credentials into a management degree at CityU, thanks to a...

Aug 3 / 2017
ISFS associate researcher Naomi Robert

What are the backyard chicken bylaws in Vancouver? How about Squamish, or Victoria? The answer is now just a click away.

The Institute for...

Aug 1 / 2017
Dr. Deepani Indurugalla develops new medicinal chemistry minor at KPU

A far cry from Breaking Bad, KPU students are cooking up a recipe for success in pharmaceuticals.

A new minor in medicinal chemistry is being offered at Kwantlen Polytechnic...

Jul 18 / 2017
KPU's interdisciplinary field school in the Amazon

Welcome to the jungle.

Kwantlen Polytechnic University (KPU) and Science World are embarking on their wildly successful annual speaker series with a journey through the Amazon.


May 29 / 2017
Adam Chittick, brew student

KPU students are brewing liquid gold with their award-winning beers.

Brewing and brewery operations students at Kwantlen Polytechnic University (KPU) won gold and silver medals in the 2017...

May 3 / 2017
Dr. Deborah Henderson, director of the Institute for Sustainable Horticulture, and LEEF Regional Innovation Chair

Sustainable waste-heat technologies are being developed for the next generation of closed greenhouses.

Researchers at Simon Fraser University and Kwantlen Polytechnic...