Public can participate in simulated Mars mission by communicating with crew member Ross Lockwood, a Physics grad student at the University of Alberta.
Tectonic plates may continue to shift, says University of Alberta geophysicist Martyn Unsworth.
Everyone is welcome to attend a free public lecture on March 19 by Oxford University physicist Philipp Podsiadlowski. He will discuss supernovae and their importance for the general evolution of the Universe as well as the origin of life.
After hearing the news that the Yellowstone volcano is much larger than assumed, we asked geophysicist Martyn Unsworth about supervolcanos and their effects.
Students appeal to the public to fund the launch of a cube satellite designed and built at the University of Alberta.
Black Hole Burps
Why do black holes “burp” up high energy particles? University of Alberta observational astronomer Gregory Sivakoff is investigating.
Hear Gregory Sivakoff on CBC Radio’s Quirks and Quarks (pop up player) or use this link to download an mp3.
University of Alberta geophysicst Martyn Unsworth talks about the international Helmholtz-Alberta initiative that is investigating how geothermal energy could reduce the impact of the oilsands industry.
James Pinfold explains the University of Alberta-led physics experiment at CERN which could dramatically change our concepts of basic physics and lead to future technologies that right now only exist in science fiction.
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