Alberta's Minister of Innovation and Science Victor Doerksen promotes Science and Technology Week
Hyacinth Schaeffer outlines Science Alberta Foundation's philosophy
Dr. Curtis Strobeck uses DNA fingerprinting in wildlife forensics
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ITEM:1TITLE: Victor Doerksen, MInister, Alberta Innovation and Science
SUBJECT: #141 Sci-Tech Week: The Minister's Update
SYNOPSIS: Encouraging young people to work towards careers in science and technology is one reason we celebrate Science and Technology Week. Alberta’s Minister of Innovation and Science Victor Doerksen believes we have many reasons in This province to support the science And technology industry
ITEM:2TITLE: Hyacinth Schaeffer, Director of Learning, Science Alberta Foundation
SUBJECT: #141 Science Alberta Foundation
SYNOPSIS: Helping that along is the Science Alberta Foundation. Hyacinth Schaeffer outlines the philosophy behind the development of the Foundation's many programs.
ITEM:3TITLE: Dr. Curtis Strobeck, Professor, Biological Sciences, University of Alberta
SUBJECT: #141 Geee! in Genome: Wilfdlife Forensics
SYNOPSIS: One person who is using emerging technology to develop leading edge techniques is Dr. Curtis Strobeck. He’s using DNA analysis in wildlife forensics. Forensics is the topic of discussion in the last of the public forums sponsored by the Provincial Museum as part of its Geee! in Genome exhibit.