Arizona Professor Jennifer McIntosh says there are many exciting research projects being undertaken by network investigators. She is Associate Professor in the Hydrology and Water Resources department at the University of Arizona in Tucson, AZ. She is an investigator on the Theme B pr
Carbon Management Canada was one of the sponsors along with ISEEE (Institute of Sustainable Energy Environment and Economy at the University of Calgary) of an Industry Day organized by the NSERC Solid Oxide Fuel Cells Canada Strategic Research Network. Over 40 participants from the o
Managing Director, Richard Adamson, went on an exciting lab tour of various CMC-funded research laboratories at the University of Alberta (U of A). Anita Arduini, Program Director and I accompanied him on his tour. The purpose of the visit was to see the researchers and their labs, an
The CMC Early Career Researchers (ECR) Working Group will present the working draft for an association of students and postdocs. We encourage all HQP to attend. Dinner will be provided. Registration required.
CMC 2012 Conference organizers have an exciting agenda for the meeting, being held this year at the Hilton Lac Leamy in Gatineau, QC between May 23 and 25. The focus of the conference is two-fold: CMC’s research projects and issues facing researchers who want to move research into the
CMC’s annual scientific conference will be held in Gatineau, QC from May 23-25, 2012. The 2012 CMC Conference needs your support! We have worked very hard to obtain and provide the best facilities; in particular with hotel accommodation.
Alberta’s oil sands, which employed just over 20,000 workers in 2011, is projected to grow its workforce by a staggering 73 per cent by 2021, according to a new report released today by the Petroleum Human Resources Council of Canada. The Oil Sands Labour Market Outlook to 2021 report