X-ray of a joint

Educating stem cells in the fine art of joint repair
Schulich Engineering

Growing adult stem cells for cartilage repair is a highly complex process – so complex, in fact, that it’s difficult to grasp its myriad interdependent factors. But it helps if you can picture two things.

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  Photo of Brian Taylor, a Schulich alumnus

Words of wisdom from a success story
Schulich Engineering

How does a Calgary engineer become the CEO of a highly successful multinational corporation by the age of thirty? The answer lies in a series of simple maxims that Brian Taylor has applied to his life.

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  Floor plan for Roman baths

Looking forward to engineering the Roman Baths
Schulich Engineering

It’s two in the afternoon and you’ve had a long, tiring day at the Forum. Your friend Lucius is waiting, so you hurry past the amphitheatre and enter the building that towers over the street. You shed your robe but keep your sandals on so the tiles don’t scald your feet.

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Caltech Surveys
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Putting your goal in sight: Think of us as a straight line between you and project approval. At Caltech we hit the ground running, executing everything from 3D mapping to professional land surveying for your well site or pipeline. We’re accurate and we’re fast.

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  Taylor Oetelaar

Taylor Oetelaar, Engineering PhD: Student of Rome. Seeker of challenges
UToday

For Taylor Oetelaar, the study of engineering has thrown open a series of doors – doors leading to long-standing passions and unexpected opportunities.

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