Program 167

AIRDATE:06/21/05

PROMO: iCORE researcher Dr. Barry Sanders says lightbeams will soon power computers

ARC scientist Dr. Kaz Szymocha designs solar insulating panels

ILM researcher Dr. Phil Lee analyzes history of energy development in Alberta's boreal

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TITLE: Dr. Barry Sanders, iCORE Chair in Quantum Information Science and Director, Institute for Quantum Information Science, University of Calgary
SUBJECT: #167 The Road to Quantum Computing
SYNOPSIS: It might take a quantum leap to change the way computers work by storing information in beams of light. But Dr. Barry Sanders figures his work in quantum information science at the University of Calgary is making great strides towards that end.

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TITLE: Dr. Kaz Szymocha, Research Scientist, Advanced Materials, Alberta Research Council
SUBJECT: #167 Solar Insulating Panels
SYNOPSIS: Dr. Kaz Szymocha at the Alberta Research Council is harnessing light for a different purpose and that's to provide an alternate source of heat to the burning of natural gas.

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TITLE: Dr. Phillip Lee, Research Associate, Integrated Landscape Management Program, University of Alberta
SUBJECT: #167 ILM: Development Trajectories for Boreal Forest in NE Alberta
SYNOPSIS: Ecologist Dr. Phil Lee from the University of Alberta is expanding our understanding of integrated landscape management and that's by looking at how oil and gas development is changing Alberta's boreal forest.

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