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This is Your Brain (and Body) on Alcohol

Newly proposed low-risk alcohol consumption guidelines are a big change from long-held official recommendations. Nobody’s saying the party is over, but UCalgary experts make a convincing case to slow it down.
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When Artificial Intelligence Takes the Wheel

We’ve been hearing about a driverless-vehicle revolution forever and, make no mistake, that world is a-comin’. In the meantime, our engineers are asking, and answering, critical questions that will keep us on a safe road to the future.
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How a Flat Sheet of Aluminum Becomes Sustainable 3D Furniture

The secret to strong, sustainable and easy to store furniture is curved-crease folding. The School of Architecture, Planning and Landscape at the University of Calgary is using that technique to furnish revitalized gathering spaces in downtown Calgary.
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What are the Odds?

New federal rules allowing faster-paced online sports betting are changing the game. A clinical psychology professor says we need to know when to walk away (and when to run)
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What the %@*# is Open Science

A growing movement that encourages researchers to fling open their notebooks to the world may prove that sharing is, indeed, caring.
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Light Years Ahead

Five decades of stargazing at the Rothney Astrophysical Observatory
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Touching History

From a special tree to a residential school, our fleeting natural and built environments are rich with secrets, stories and knowledge that 3D technology can preserve and protect.
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When Fabricio Met Theresa

Becoming a nurse calls for an extraordinary level of knowledge plus practice, courage — and belief in the needs of a family of radically realistic manikins