Program 219

AIRDATE:12/05/06

PROMO: U of L's Dr. Robert McDonald investigates circadian rhythms and the onset of Alzheimer's disease

Federal government joins IFASA partnership to support the Alberta's R&D effort on value-added food products and the bioeconomy

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TITLE: Dr. Robert McDonald, Associate Professor and Canada Research Chair in Behavioral Neuroscience, University of Lethbridge
SUBJECT: #219 Circadian Rhythms May Be A Factor In The Development Of Alzheimer's
SYNOPSIS: We used to think Alzheimer's was caused by cooking food in aluminum pots. Now scientists are looking at a host of factors that might lead to the development of this degenerative brain disease. Dr. Robert McDonald at the University of Lethbridge believes disruptions to your body’s natural clock may play a big role.

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TITLE: Chuck Strahl, Minister, Agriculture and Agrifood Canada, Ottawa
SUBJECT: #219 IFASA: Feds Join IFASA Partnership
SYNOPSIS: IFASA, the Institute for Food and Agricultural Science Alberta, is counting on an intensive research collaboration to boost Alberta’s strength in the development of value added food products.

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TITLE: Doug Horner, Minister, Alberta Agriculture, Food and Rural Development, Alberta
SUBJECT: #219 IFASA: Feds Join IFASA Partnership
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TITLE: Myka Osinchuk, Vice President, Life Sciences, Alberta Research Council
SUBJECT: #219 IFASA: Feds Join IFASA Partnership
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TITLE: Tom Facklam, CEO, Institute for Food and Agricultural Science Alberta
SUBJECT: #219 IFASA: Feds Join IFASA Partnership
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