University of Calgary

April 14, 2010

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Burying carbon dioxide: Political folly or climate change fix?
A public lecture by Graham Thomson, political columnist for the Edmonton Journal, will examine some of the critical issues raised in science, politics and law surrounding carbon capture and storage.

Environmental education begins with teachers
Graduating education students share their ideas and plans for how elementary and secondary education can develop and change in order to help their students learn to live well on the Earth with all other life.

Nanoparticle vaccine cures Type 1 diabetes in mice
Study provides new insights and could have implications for other autoimmune diseases.


> Info Session: Post Award Research Project changes
> Talk: Tales from the Estate Planning Crypt
> Public Lecture: Burying carbon dioxide: Political folly or climate change fix?
> Talk: Women Moving Women

April 15
> Talk: Property Plight: Beyond the Indian Act
> Sigma Xi Seminar Series: The Evolution of Life Cycle Assessment
> Seminar: Notions of self & other in Global Citizenship Education
> Dance: Triangular Theories of Love; a dance

April 16
> Seminar: Leading-Edge Supply Chain Practices
> Bermuda Shorts Day
> Lecture: The 2010 Beth Zaruby Memorial Lecture in Diabetes Research

April 19
> Info Session: Post Award Research Project changes
> Seminar: Accelerating Sustainability at UBC: CIRS and UBC's Sustainability Academic Strategy
> EVDS MDP Graduate Show: CTRL + Z
> The Historic Fur Trade Highway - the Path of Early Explorers on the Churchill River

April 22
> EVDS Design Matters Lecture Series - Final Event of 2009-2010
> 3rd Annual Lecture of a Lifetime

April 23

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