Biologist David Latham tracks wolves in the boreal
ARC's President and CEO John McDougall reviews the Alberta Research Councils performance over the last year
Prairie Genome's President Dr. Randy Johnston opens the Geee! in Genome exhibit at the Provincial Museum
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ITEM:1TITLE: John McDougall, President, Alberta Research Council
SUBJECT: #136 ARC's Annual Report
SYNOPSIS: John McDougall looks back at the performance of the Alberta Research Council, and he believes this scientific agency is ready to take on the world market when it comes to research and technology commercialization.
ITEM:2TITLE: David Latham, PhD Candidate, Biological Sciences, Integrated Landscape Management Program, University of Alberta
SUBJECT: #136 Wolves and Caribou: Industrial Activities Affecting The Predator-Prey Relationship
SYNOPSIS: Woodland caribou is a threatened species in Alberta. So itís been under the scientific microscope for a number of years. One person tramping around the woods collecting the fur of wolves that prey on caribou is David Latham, a PhD Candiate at the University of Alberta.
ITEM:3TITLE: Dr. Randy Johnston, President, Prairie Genome
SUBJECT: #136 Geee! in Genome Exhibit at Provincial Museum
SYNOPSIS: The Provincial Museum is dipping into the dandy world of DNA, with its newest exhibit, the Geee! in Genome. Dr. Randy Johnston of Genome Prairie talks about the growing importance of genomics to our economy.