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November 26, 2009

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News

Dinos fans support our team
In the countdown to Saturday’s Vanier Cup, Dinos fans are showing that they are champs at supporting our team.

A GPS edge for alpine skiers
Schulich School of Engineering researchers can now talk publicly about their top-secret, world-first innovation to help Canadian Alpine Ski Teams train for Olympic gold.

Growing a cheaper source of insulin
SemBioSys, a biotechnology company born out of the University of Calgary, is developing a cheaper source of insulin with a genetically modified safflower plant.

Green Scene

Physical Plant reveals carb-cutting secrets
As the leader in the Cut the Carbs Buildings Challenge for two weeks in a row, it’s clear that the Physical Plant group is doing something right. Their eco-champs unveil their secrets.

Events

Until Nov. 29
> Cut the Carbs Buildings Challenge

Today
> Thought for the Day
> War and the Global Economic Crisis
> The Dirty Thirties and Funny Money: Alberta's Zany Solution to the Economic Crisis in the Great Depression
> the mob by Clem Martini
> Dance Montage 2009

Nov. 27
> Canada: No Longer A Spectator Nation
> Book Launch: Golden Threads
> Dinos: Women's VBall vs. Trinity Western
> Dinos: Men's Hockey vs. UBC
> Book Launch/Reading: Woodstock Rising by Tom Wayman
> Dinos: Men's VBall vs. Trinity Western
> the mob by Clem Martini
> Dance Montage 2009

Nov. 28
> VANIER CUP
> Fairly Traded Market Day
> Dance Montage Matinee
> Dinos: Women's Hockey vs. U of A
> Dinos: Women's VBall vs. Trinity Western
> Dinos: Men's Hockey vs. UBC
> Dinos: Men's VBall vs. Trinity Western
> the mob by Clem Martini
> Dance Montage

For a look at upcoming events, go to ucalgary.ca/events