University of Calgary

Feb. 11, 2010

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Engineering research funded
Schulich researchers have been awarded nearly $1.4 million to keep tabs on aging infrastructure, turn biomass into clean energy and create lighter parts for electronics and aircraft.

Studying the Vancouver Olympics
U of C sociology students are heading to Vancouver to study everything Olympics—except the sports.

Library makes innovative changes
After a year of research and consultation, a reorganization of Libraries and Cultural Resources has been announced with many of the changes unique in library practice.

New project boosts Arctic research
A new research project in the Department of Geoscience will help unlock the energy resource potential of one of the High Arctic’s most promising frontier basins.

Green Scene

U of C cuts towers of paper
Thanks to changes in practise and buying, the U of C has decreased paper use by 22 million sheets in the past three years.

Research in Action

Check out the latest issue
Read about micro-flame technology, news about neuroArm and more, in this month's Research in Action Online.


> Info: The Provincial Budget
1 p.m. in the Rozsa Centre
> Info: Changes in Supply Chain Management
> Students' Union Wellness Month: Perogies and Porn
> William A. Howard Lecture: Tribute to Bill Howard and a Discussion about Judicial Inquiries and Air India
> School of Public Policy: Corporate Taxes, Royalities and Investment in Oil and Gas
> ISEEE Speaker Series: Personalized Energy for 1 (x 6 Billion)

Feb. 12
> Info: The Provincial Budget
9 a.m. in the Rozsa Centre
> Talk: Community Peacebuilding Through Multifaith Forums
> 25th Annual Darwin Lecture: Small Fish, Big Lessons About Evolution
> Dinos: Women's Hockey vs. UBC
> Organ Series: The Organist as Composer

Feb. 13
> Dinos: Women's Hockey vs. UBC
> Celebrity Series: Debussy Preludes with Charles Foreman

Until Feb. 14
Erase the Waste 200 gram Challenge

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