University of Calgary

May 2, 2013


New brain research shows two parents may be better than one
Adult human brain cell production may be triggered in childhood.

Researchers propose new test to learn whether antimatter falls down
ALPHA Collaboration publishes first direct analysis of gravity on anti-hydrogen.

University has strong presence at 2013 TEC VenturePrize Awards
High-tech medical startups recognized for innovation and potential.

Researchers test bandages treated with metal-based antibiotics
Technology aims to help sufferers of chronic infections.

Campus Connection

Haskayne speaker series: Pipeline industry invites dialogue, counters false claims
Spokesperson Brenda Kenny gives Research in Action presentation to packed audience.


May 2 / Time
How single or dual parenting affects early brain development
Sam Weiss, Faculty of Medicine, Hotchkiss Brain Institute

May 2 / Avenue
Big Idea: U of C and MRU students team up for Solar Decathlon Watch Video
Team Alberta Solar Decathlon 2013

May 2 / Calgary Herald
Spoletini a leader in the community
Tony Spoletini, Alumni

May 1 /
Stem cells may aid in sports injuries
David Hart, Faculty of Medicine

May 1 / Edmonton Journal
New Alberta Energy Regulator will take on role as environmental enforcer
Shaun Fluker, Faculty of Law

May 1 / Calgary Herald
Dinos head coach Nill excited about recruiting class as spring camp kicks off
Blake Nill, Dinos