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Paleontology grad catches science bug

Edmonton native Emily Moore's interest in studying prehistoric insects was cemented when she found out UAlberta offers one of the world's best paleontology programs.

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Graduate Student Teaching Awards for 2014-2015

Graduate Student Teaching Awards for 2014-2015 were awarded to Rebecca Stone, Cassidy Rankine and Laura Eggleston for the their outstanding performance in mentoring Earth and Atmospheric Sciences Students during the past school year.

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Meet the oceansí most fierce B-movie invertebrate predators

Lindsey Leighton, an associate professor in Earth and Atmospheric Sciences, describes some of his favourite B-movie marine predators, so prepare yourself for the most ghastly ocean rituals of creatures that are anything but spineless.

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110. Location efficiency: Discovering the hidden transportation costs of where you live

Location Efficiency expert Kurt Borth says too many people "drive until you qualify" for a big house, without considering the very real and significant transportation costs you will experience just getting to work and play.

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Geothermal research project sets sights on Grande Prairie

City Council is excited about an opportunity to explore the potential for harnessing geothermal energy in our region. Council received a presentation at last night's meeting from Jonathan Banks, a research associate from the University of Alberta.

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