Program 131

AIRDATE:06/29/04

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iCORE Professor Mark Freeman researches the mysteries of physics at the nanoscale

Engineer Gordon Howell and homeowner Eric Steeden generate solar power on a garden trellis

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TITLE: Dr. Mark Freeman, University of Alberta
SUBJECT: #131 Nano Physics
SYNOPSIS: When it comes to making things on the tiny scale of nanometers, the laws of physics take on a mind of their own. iCORE Professor, Dr. Mark Freeman is trying to understand what those new nano rules are.

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TITLE: Eric Steeden, Homeowner and Solar Energy Advocate, Edmonton
SUBJECT: #131 Solar Array on a Garden Arbour
SYNOPSIS: And if your house doesn‚t face the sunny side of the street, have no fear. You can still put in solar power. You just need to be a little inventive. In the case of 87-year-old Eric Steeden of Edmonton, he built an arbour in his garden and covered that with solar panels. He now powers his house and still has more than enough to feed back into the electrical grid.

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TITLE: Gordon Howell, Engineer, Howel-Mayhew Engineering, and Solar Advocate, Edmonton
SUBJECT: #131 Solar Array on a Garden Arbour
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