UCalgary’s Dr. Casey Hubert and team, working in partnership with Genome Canada, explores the links between marine bacteria and traditional geoscience
An interpretive dance showcasing the struggles and triumphs of a cyanobacterial cell in the world of bioenergy
Marianne Haines takes on Ironman challenge in support of YW Calgary. Their goal is to intervene, empower, and lead women when and where they need them most. The YW helps women escape poverty and domestic violence, provides shelter and housing, counselling, language assistance, and employment resources, among others.
Studio 10 interviews Marianne Haines, a La Trobe honours graduate awarded the prestigious Origin Foundation John Monash scholarship to undertake her PhD at the University of Calgary in Canada.
In May 2017, the research group from the University of Calgary went on a soda lake sampling trip. During 3 days, the algae used in the photobioreactors are sampled in British Columbia. These algae are the most important reason in fixing the atmosphere for a better world.
The William Kennedy is Canada’s first research vessel dedicated exclusively to historic Hudson Bay - a landmark for scientific research in Canada’s North. Operated in partnership with the University of Manitoba and the Churchill Marine Observatory, a multidisciplinary research facility located in Churchill, Manitoba, the William Kennedy will explore some of the most understudied regions of the Arctic.