Tuesday, May 17, 2016
Ironstone's Barry Caplan President & CEO has brought innovation to the forefront on their Clear Hills Project, north of Worsley  ( Clear Hills County ).  The original mining process was innovated with the help of Alberta Research Council in the 70s and today, innovation is playing a major role in how the project is moving ahead.      Ironstone's new developments are leading to it being... Read More
Tuesday, May 3, 2016
The NBDC held its 3rd Molecular Diagnostics of Honey Bee Pathogens Course, April 24 to 29, 2016. This year 4 students participated in the course designed for senior level undergraduate and graduate students. During the intensive one-week long course, students attended lectures, did field work opening hives and collecting their own samples to be analyzed and had the opportunity to learn and... Read More
Thursday, April 14, 2016
Local MLA Wayne Drysdale recently rose in the Legislative Assembly in Alberta with questions related to the Alberta Government support for the National Bee Diagnostic Centre because it has recently reached capacity.   Please find below the Hansard documentation of his question to the Minister.   The Speaker: Grande Prairie-Wapiti.   National Bee Diagnostic Centre Mr. ... Read More
Wednesday, March 30, 2016
Breakthrough focused on how to best grow greenhouse gas consuming algae GRANDE PRAIRIE – GPRC scientists Dr. Weixing Tan’s and Dr. Abigail Adebusuyi’s world-first research into how to best grow greenhouse gas consuming algae has been published in the recent edition of the high-ranking scientific journal Algal Research. Read more...  Read More
Wednesday, March 9, 2016
From the Desk of the Director As I write this, I am sitting in the holding lounge of the Winnipeg airport as I return from the CICan Applied Research Forum.  Every year, my colleagues gather to discuss issues, challenges and successes of applied research within the College system.  Every year…there is a surprise.  This year’s surprise …and success… came as a surprise in the form... Read More