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April 29, 2011

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Turning human excrement into electricity
Unconventional project awarded grant from Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation.

Top News Stories of the Week

April 28
Temporary closure of Taylor Family Digital Library
Message from the Office of the Vice-Provost (Libraries and Cultural Resources), Thomas Hickerson.

April 27
New Dinos women’s volleyball coach
One of the most successful players to ever put on a Dinos jersey is now the eighth head coach in University of Calgary women's volleyball history.

April 27
Nanotechnology for kids
Alberta animation, created with the help of Dr. David Cramb, explaining “nano” to kids competes with Oscar-winners. Watch Video

April 26
Unregulated child care
Middle-income Albertans are the most vulnerable to issues arising from unregulated family day homes or unaccredited day cares.

April 25
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> Bachelor of Fine Arts Exhibition
> Student exhibition: PUSH 2011
> Labyrinth: open, quiet space available to exam stressed students
> Department of Economics Seminar Series: Dale Squires
> 2011 Master of Architecture Student Show

Apr. 30
> Bachelor of Fine Arts Exhibition

May 1
> World Laughter Day
> A Vision of Dance

May 2
> Young Artists Development Program

May 3
> Consciousness and the 'Completeness' of Physics
> ISEEE Expert Series: Joule Bergerson

May 4
> Department of Economics Seminar Series: Victor Song
> Dr. Leslie Kawamura: A Celebration of Life

May 6
> “Ground truthing", a lost village in the empty desert and the Egyptian Revolution viewed from Dakhleh Oasis

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