Facilities

The Pharmaceutical Sciences building is a quarter-million-square-foot, state-of-the-art learning and research facility in the heart of the UBC campus. Functional, striking and always thrumming with activity, the building is home to cutting-edge equipment, laboratories and research spaces that we make available for use by the scientific public.

About Our Building

Inspired by the interconnected, twining structure of a forest, the much-awarded Pharmaceutical Sciences building anchors the southeast end of the UBC Point Grey campus. Its easy proximity to the Life Sciences building makes for ideal collaboration across the health disciplines.

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Room and Space Rentals

Inspiring, accessible and located on one of the world's most picturesque campuses, the Pharmaceutical Sciences facility at UBC offers multi-functional research and meeting spaces for use by UBC and public groups alike. Our rooms are appointed with the latest in audiovisual and IT equipment for your meeting and presentation needs.

Room and Space Rentals

Equipment Rentals

We have a wide range of state-of-the-art scientific instrumentation that is expertly maintained by trained technicians. This equipment is available for use by the wider scientific community.

Equipment Rentals


Safety Information

The Faculty of Pharmaceutical Sciences building has a number of safety measures in place to ensure the well-being of all occupants. We follow strict procedures to safeguard the health and safety of our faculty, staff, students, visitors and the environment. 

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Filming and Photography Information

Campus Programs and Animation, Campus Community & Planning is responsible for approving and coordinating all commercial filming and photography on the UBC campuses, and is available to assist with arranging permissions for your project.

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Recent News

Pharmaceutical Sciences Building wins Governor General's Medal in Architecture

March 6, 2015

Source: Kim Pemberton, Vancouver Sun. April 23, 2014

Three B.C. projects have won recognition in a national competition that honours the best in Canadian architecture.

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