With funding from Alberta Ingenuity PhD student Preston Holloway develops new process for recovering metals
Biologist Stephen Spencer researches fish stunting in Alberta Lakes
ACA's Chair in Fisheries and Wildlife Dr. Mark Boyce looks at how hunting quotas are set
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ITEM:1TITLE: Preston Holloway, PhD Candidate, Chemical and Materials Engineering, University of Alberta and Recipient, Alberta Ingenuity Studentship
SUBJECT: #193 New Method To Recover Metals From Waste
SYNOPSIS: Mounds of industrial waste are valuable resources in themselves, if only you could get the minerals and metals out of them. Preston Holloway is a young scientist who just may hold the key to unlocking that treasure.
ITEM:2TITLE: Stephen Spencer, PhD Candidate, Renewable Resources, University of Alberta
SUBJECT: #193 Fish Stunting in Alberta Lakes
SYNOPSIS: What’s causing the stunting of fish in Alberta lakes is the puzzle that Stephen Spencer is trying to solve with his PhD research.
ITEM:3TITLE: Dr. Mark Boyce, Alberta Conservation Association Chair in Fisheries and Wildlife, Biological Sciences, University of Alberta
SUBJECT: #193 New Computer Modelling for Big Game Hunting Quotas
SYNOPSIS: Wildlife biologist Dr. Mark Boyce is promoting the use of more sophisticated computer modeling techniques for determining hunting quotas on Alberta’s moose, elk and deer.