ARC's John McDougall introduces Innoventures Canada, a consortium of research agencies to boost technology commercialization
Biologist Cheryl Chetkiewicz studies the wildlife corridors of grizzlies and cougars in Canmore and Crowsnest
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ITEM:1TITLE: John McDougall, President and CEO, Alberta Research Council and President and Chair, Innoventures Canada (I-CAN)
SUBJECT: #222 Innoventures Canada
SYNOPSIS: Innoventures Canada is a brand new alliance of research organizations like the Alberta and Saskatchewan Research Councils. They hope to fill what They call the Innovation Gap when it comes to supporting the growth of Canadian research and new technology. And the man behind it all is ARCís John McDougall.
ITEM:2TITLE: Cheryl Chetkiewicz, PhD Candidate, Biological Sciences, University of Alberta
SUBJECT: #222 Wildlife Corridors for Cougars and Grizzlies
SYNOPSIS: With so much development around Canmore and the Crowsnest Pass, human encounters with grizzlies and cougars are making life very difficult for these animals. Biologist Cheryl Chetkiewicz is studying how they move about the countryside with an eye to conserving their wildlife corridors.