The Human Metabolome mapped by Dr. David Wishart and his team at U of A
From the Innowest Conference, THECIS's Dr. Peter Josty and Alberta Ingenuity's Dr. Peter Hackett discuss Canada's innovation gap
Rick Tofani talks about a new applied research program in manufacturing at Red Deer College
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ITEM:1TITLE: Dr. David Wishart, Professor, Computing Sciences and Biological Sciences, University of Alberta
SUBJECT: #224 The Human Metabolome Completed
SYNOPSIS: First there was the Human Genome Project that mapped all the genes in our bodies. Now, itís the completion of the Human Metabolome. And the honour for completing that goes to Dr. David Wishart and his team of researchers at the University of Alberta.
ITEM:2TITLE: Dr. Peter Josty, Executive Director, The Centre for Innovation Studies and Chair, Innowest 2006 Conference
SUBJECT: #224 Innowest Conference: Closing the Innovation Gap
SYNOPSIS: the recent Innowest conference Looked at ways to beef up support for Innovation in Canada. Dr. Peter Josty and Dr. Peter Hackett give their views.
ITEM:3TITLE: Dr. Peter Hackett, President and CEO, Alberta Ingenuity
SUBJECT: #224 Innowest Conference: Alberta Ingenuity Accelerator Program
ITEM:4TITLE: Rick Tofani, Director, Innovation and Applied Research, Red Deer College
SUBJECT: #224 Innowest Conference: Applied Research at Red Deer College
SYNOPSIS: Rick Tofani introduces the new applied research program at Red Deer College.