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Steve Larter's achievements in organic chemistry have recognized with the Alfred Treibs Award.
A report summarizing the results of a forum examining ways to advance the environmental business sector, with a special focus on LNG, has been released.
Congratulations to Gerrit Voordouw, Theme B investigator and U of C professor, who has been awarded a Killam Annual Professorship.
PhD candidate Suresh Mulmi, U of C Department of Chemistry, blogs about the learning experience provided through his exchange trip to the UK.
Source: Enviroline By Mark Lowey BANFF – Canada’s first research facility for monitoring carbon dioxide and other fluids injected underground will be developed in southeast Alberta, after a Calgary-based oil company donated access to its land for the field research station. Carbon Management Canada, a national network of university researchers focu
John Grace, lead of CMC's Theme A research stream, was invested as an Officer of the Order of Canada in a ceremony at Rideau Hall earlier this month..
With CMC’s 2014 annual conference beginning tomorrow, May 27, we’ve put together a last minute list of items for attendees to consider. URGENT ADVISORY: Reimbursement Procedure All Round 1 and 2 investigators and HQP drawing on NCE funds for conference travel must have expenses drawn out of NCE research accounts by the end of June. On J
Sushanta Mitra, at the University of Alberta, is investigating the microbial conversion of coal into methane.
An already-strong relationship between CMC and the UK CCS Research Centre was strengthened through the signing of an MoU.
Systematic monitoring of well development key to protecting groundwater says U of C Geoscience Prof. Bernhard Mayer.
Commons running on latest OpenSSL technology that protects against Heartbleed bug issues.
A research team led by Dr. David Wilkinson, CMC-funded researcher and Professor with the Department of Chemical and Biological Engineering at the University of British Columbia, is one of 24 winners for the first round of the Climate Change and Emissions Management Corporation‘s (CCEMC) Grand Challenge: Innovative Carbon Uses. The announcemen
Experts meet in Edmonton from April 15 to 17 to discuss innovative ways to transition to a low carbon future.
The Early Bird Registration deadline for conference has been extended to April 11.
Carbon Management Canada now has a LinkedIn page. This new online social media presence gives CMC another way to make connections with stakeholders and network members, provide dynamic links and updates, and inform audiences about our activities and services. The LinkedIn page adds to CMC’s suite of communication vehicles which include Twitter R