Beeby, Alan. Brennan, Anne-Maria. First Ecology.
London: Chapman & Hall, 1997.
Bormann, F. Herbert. Kellert, Stephen R. Eds.
Ecology, Economics, Ethics. The Broken Circle. New Haven and London:
Yale University Press, 1991.
Brown, J.J. Ideas in Exile: A
History of Canadian Invention. Toronto, McClelland and Stewart
Carboni, Rudolph. Planning and
Managing Industry University Research Collaborations. London: Quorum
Cole, Catherine C., Ed. Inventive Spirit: Alberta
Patents from 1905-1975. Red Deer: Red Deer and District Museum: 1999.
Doern, G.B. The National
Research Council in the Innovation Policy Era. Toronto:
University of Toronto Press, 2002.
Eds.Henderson, Gordon F., et al.
Patent Law of Canada.
Scarborough, ON: Carswell, 1994.
Jewkes, John, Sawyer, David &
Stillerman, Richard. The Sources of Invention. New York: W. W.
Kivenson, Gilbert. The Art and
Science of Inventing. New York : Van Nostrand Reinhold, 1982.
Magnus, David. Caplan, Arthur. McGee, Glenn. Eds.
Who Owns Life? New York: Prometheus Books, 2002.
Mayer, Roy. Inventing Canada: One Hundred Years of
Innovation. Vancouver: Raincoast Books, 1997.
Mayer, Roy. Scientific
Canadian: invention and innovation from
Canada's National Research Council.
Vancouver: Raincoast Books, 1999.
Middendorf, William H. What
Every Engineer Should Know About Inventing. New York: Marcel Dekker
Niosi, Jorge. Canadas National
System of Innovation. Montreal: McGill UP, 2000.
Rogers et al.
Research and Development in Canada.
Ed. Bereskin. Toronto: Butterworks, 1987.
Patent Portraits; A Celebration
of Inventions and Patents from the University of Alberta. Edmonton:
University of Alberta, 1996
Ruse, Michael. Sheppard, Aryne. Eds. Cloning.
Responsible Science or Technomadness? New York: Prometheus Books,.
Schumpeter, Joseph A.
Capitalism, Socialism and Democracy. New York: Harper Torchbooks,
Stanely, Autumn. Mothers and
daughters of invention : notes for a revised history of technology.
New Brunswick, N.J.: Rutgers University Press, 1995.
Building The Future: 1st Annual
Innovation Report. (Ottawa:
The Conference Board of Canada, 1999). pp. 22-23.
MacEwan, Grant. Charles Noble: Guardian of the
Soil. Saskatoon: Western Producer Prairie Books, 1983.
Nanton District and Historical
Society. Mosquito Creek Round-up: Nanton-Parkland. Nanton:
Nanton District and Historical Society, 1975.
Nobleford, Monarch History Book Club, Ed. Sons of
Wind and Soil. Nobleford: Nobleford, Monarch History Book
Wetherell, Donald and Elise Corbet. Breaking New
Ground: a Century of Farm Equipment Manufacturing on the Canadian
Prairies. Sakatoon: Fifth House Ltd., 1993.
Health and Wellness
Groopman, Jerome. "The Edmonton
Protocol (Type 1 diabetes)". The New Yorker: Feb. 10, 2003, v78 i46
Kordella, Terri. "The Edmonton
Protocol: The Future of Islet Transplantation." Diabetes
Forecast: February 2003, p. 50-62
.Lemieux, Raymond U.
Explorations with Sugars: How Sweet It Was. Profiles, Pathways, and
Dreams: Autobiographies of Eminent Chemists, Series Editor Jeffery I.
Seeman. Washington, DC: American Chemical Society, 1990.
Ogle, Andy. "U of A Therapy Goes
Global: Diabetes Treatment Has Some Success in U.S., Europe."
Edmonton Journal: June 3,
2003. pg. B.1.
Ogle, Andy. "Chemist Leads
Carbohydrate Revolution." (July 16, 1985),
Edmonton Journal. "City
Scientist, firm are transplant giants." (Sept 14, 1991),
Ruttan, Susan. "U of A hits
Another Diabetes Milestone." Edmonton
Journal: Jul 24, 2004. pg B.1.
Home and Lifestyle
Antonelli, Marylu and Jack Forbes.
Pottery in Alberta: The Long Tradition.
Edmonton: University of Alberta Press, 1978.
Bannerman, Norma. Whats Past
is Prologue: A History of Home Economics in Alberta. Calgary: Alberta
Home Economics Association, 1981.
Hayward, Anne. The Alberta Pottery Industry, 1912-1990: A Social and
Mercury Series History
Division, Paper 50. Hull, QUE: Canadian Museum of Civilization, 2001.
Major, Alice. Families, Farms &
Home Economists, 1943 to 1993 : Fifty Years of Partnership. Two Hills,
Ab: Alberta Home Economics Association, Historical and Educational
Mining and Mineralogy
Bolton, G.L., N. Zubryckyj, and H.
Veltman, Pressure Leaching Process For Complex Zinc-Lead Concentrates.
Paper presented at the 13th International Mineral Processing
Congress, Warsaw, Poland, June 4-9, 1979.
Bolton, G.L., William D. Vardill,
Jud Kinisky, Forty Years of Licensing Sherritt Metallurgical
Technologies. Paper presented to 1998 LES Spring Meeting, Vancouer
B.C., April 16-18, 1998.
Forward, F.A. and H. Veltman
"Direct Leaching Zinc-Sulfide Concentrates". In Journal of Metals,
Kerfoot, D.G.E. "The Development
of the Sherritt ammonia pressure leach process". In CIM Bulletin.
Montreal: Canadian Institute of Mining and Metallurgy, June, 1989.
Oil and Gas
Camp, Frederick W. The Tar Sands of Alberta,
Canada. Denver: Cameron Engineers, 1976.
Ells, Sidney C. Bituminous Sands of Northern
Alberta. Ottawa, F.A. Acland, 1924.
Gray, Earle. The Great Canadian
Oil Patch. Toronto: Maclean-Hunter, 1970.
Hills, L.V. Oil Sands Fuel of the Future.
Calgary: Canadian Society of Petroleum Geologists, 1974.
Out of the Ordinary
Kroeker, Wally. "Cleaning Up."
[Electronic Version]. The Marketplace, September-October 2001.
Retrieved July15th, 2003 from
Mayer, Rob. Scientific
Canadian: Invention and Innovation from
Canadas National Research Council.
Vancouver: Raincoast Books, 1999.
New Fossil Data Recovery Method Seen as Important
Reporter. Vol. 14, No. 20, December 9, 1983.
Page, Shelly. "Canadas new vision
of space" (Oct. 18, 1992). Calgary Herald,
in Space." EXN.ca. Retrieved July 10, 2003,
Philipp, Cameron Kelly. The
Importance of Infrastructure Development in Wilderness Locations.
[Electronic Version]. Paper presented at the Western Black Bear
Conference, Coos Bay, Oregon, USA. May 4, 2000. Retrieved from
"The Bloody Caesar A Canadian
Tradition," (June 26, 2003). Canada NewsWire.
Sports and Recreation
Finlayson, David. "Professor takes
step in right direction: Shoe sensors could revolutionize computer
animation, help stroke victims" (Jul 30, 2002).
Edmonton Journal, pp.
Ogle, Andy. "Making a dream come
true: A Marathon for Inventors" (June 4, 2000).
Edmonton Journal, pp. E.11.
Williams, Ian. "Curlings always
been in their lifeblood" (Dec 27, 1980).
Copyright © 2003
Heritage Community Foundation All Rights Reserved