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Research Day 08 - Medicine Hat College
October 15th, 2008| Posted By: Administration
The keynote address will be by John Moldon - "Growing an Industrial R&D Culture"
 


Digital Alberta
August 14th, 2008| Posted By: Administration
Digital Alberta is an industry-led organization devoted to promoting and connecting our thriving digital media community across Alberta, Canada. Through professional development workshops, advocacy work, and business development activity, Digital Alberta is building the digital media industry provincially and promoting it abroad.
 


SAIT\'s Applied Research Fund Awards
April 29th, 2008| Posted By: Bruce Wallace, AACTI - Innovation Office
1) Vita Martez - Industrial Water and Wastewater Pre-Treatment
2) Steve Hosier - Polarization Controller for Quantum Key Distribution
 


Digital Alberta
December 5th, 2007| Posted By: Bruce Wallace, AACTI - Innovation Office
Digital Alberta is an industry-led organization devoted to promoting and connecting our thriving digital media community across Alberta, Canada. Through professional development workshops, advocacy work, and business development activity, Digital Alberta is building the digital media industry provincially and promoting it abroad.
 


Section: Energy and Environment  


BioFuel Technology Centre officially opens
December 5th, 2007| Posted By: Bruce Wallace, AACTI - Innovation Office
Section: Energy and Environment  


Aboriginal Health Human Resource Initiative
December 5th, 2007| Posted By: Bruce Wallace, AACTI - Innovation Office
AACTI has initiated a research and development relationship with the First Nations & Inuit Health Branch (FNIHB) to support activities associated with their Aboriginal Health Human Resource Initiative (AHHRI). The objective is to undertake collaborative projects that meaningfully integrate the aboriginal communities’ voice and harness physical and human resources within the Alberta college and technical institute system.

AHHRI has three main areas of focus:
•to increase the number of Aboriginal people working in health careers;
• to adapt health care educational curricula to support the development of cultural competencies; and
• to improve the retention of health care workers in Aboriginal communities.

For more information on this collaboration contact Bruce Wallace
Section: Community Development  


As part of a six-year study, researchers at the Western Transportation Institute at Montana State University have helped test and develop an animal-detection system that may give motorists the upper hand in avoiding crashes with wildlife across the nation.
 


SEARCH Canada
December 4th, 2007| Posted By: Scott Oddie, Red Deer College
AACTI is working with SEARCH Canada to involve additional faculty from AACTI member institutions in the SEARCH Custom Program. The objective is to integrate:

SEARCH Canada’s experience, working relationships with health authorities’ senior and middle management, and program offerings with Alberta colleges’ and technical institutes’ intellectual capital, health authority preceptor relationships, and extensive provincial reach.

It is anticipated that this shared vision has the potential to mature into a visible and robust alliance that supports evidence based health care in Alberta.

To learn more about this opportunity, contact Dr. Scott Oddie.
Section: Health  


CHNET-Works
December 4th, 2007| Posted By: Bruce Wallace, AACTI - Innovation Office
CHNET-Works! is becoming a network of networks linking community health professionals - practitioners, researchers and decision-makers - from jurisdictions across Canada for the purposes of developing evidence-informed service delivery, planning and policy models in community health. It will involve the creation and transfer of knowledge by facilitating interactions among research, policy and practice experiences.

Explore this website and get involved!
Section: Health  






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