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21 Oct 2016

AMFI Orbital Welding Workshop a hot ticket!

AMFI Orbital Welding Workshop a hot ticket!
The Alberta Manufacturing and Fabrication Innovation (AMFI) Program, with support from the Welding Engineering Group at Alberta Innovates, hosted a Welding Workshop on October 13 at AITF Devon, featuring technical classroom sessions, including an end-user discussion panel and live demonstrations of advanced orbital welding systems to the Alberta manufacturing and fabrication industry...
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18 Oct 2016

Window panes made of translucent wood

Window panes made of translucent wood
Researchers at the University of Maryland have developed translucent wood used to make window panes. The hybrid material offers high-impact energy absorption that eliminates safety issues often presented by conventional forms of glass...
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17 Oct 2016

Quantum teleportation breaks distance record

Quantum teleportation breaks distance record
Researchers at the University of Calgary, led by AITF Chair Wolfgang Tittel, recently teleported a photon six kilometres across Calgary, a new distance record that landed them in the journal Nature Photonics. The team's research has implications for the world's increasing demand for secure and speedy communications...
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11 Oct 2016

Science, safety and sales: hockey helmet marketing

Science, safety and sales: hockey helmet marketing
With increased concussion awareness appearing in sports like hockey, a battle is brewing between researchers, regulators, and brands – between science, safety, and sales – when it comes to product marketing in the area of concussion prevention... 
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4 Oct 2016

Researchers develop nano-sized diamonds for quantam computing

Researchers develop nano-sized diamonds for quantam computing
AITF Chair Paul Barclay and his research group, part of the University of Calgary’s Institute for Quantum Science and Technology, have made the first-ever nano-sized optical resonator from a single crystal of diamond that is also a mechanical resonator. The technology could lead to huge advances in computing, telecommunications, and other fields...
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