U of A's Dr. Bill Samuel publishes his first book titled "White As A Ghost: Winter Ticks and Moose"
InnoWest 2004 promotes the new innovation based economy thanks to THECIS's Peter Josty, Micralyne's Chris Lumb, and John Moldon of Medicine Hat
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ITEM:1TITLE: Peter Josty, Executive Director, THECIS and Chair, InnoWest 2004
SUBJECT: # 145 InnoWest 2004
SYNOPSIS: THECIS, the Centre for Innovation Studies presented its first conference to promote an innovation based economy. Peter Josty, Chris Lumb and Medicine Hatís John Moldon speak out on some of the issues discussed at InnoWest 2004.
ITEM:2TITLE: Chris Lumb, President and CEO, Micralyne
SUBJECT: #145 InnoWest 2004: Creating a Culture of Innovation
ITEM:3TITLE: John Moldon, Coordinator, Medicine Hat Innovators Network
SUBJECT: #145 InnoWest 2004: Innovation in Rural Communities
ITEM:4TITLE: Dr. Bill Samuel, Author and Associate Dean, Research, Faculty of Science, University of Alberta
SUBJECT: #145 White as a Ghost: Winter Ticks and Moose
SYNOPSIS: Imagine trying to keep yourself warm and well fed in the winter while carrying around a crowd of 35,000 bloodsucking parasites on your back. The mere thought is enough to turn you "White as a Ghost". And thatís the title of Dr. Bill Samuelís new book on the plight of tick ridden moose.
ITEM:5TITLE: Dr. Bill Samuel, Author and Associate Dean, Research, Faculty of Science, University of Alberta
SUBJECT: #145 White As A Ghost: Photo