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February 28th, 2007
The Imperial Oil-Alberta Ingenuity Centre for Oil Sands Innovation's mandate is to find more efficient, economically viable and environmentally responsible ways to develop Canada's oilsands resources, one of the largest crude oil deposits in the world. The centre will be led by Murray Gray, scientific director.
The Imperial Oil-Alberta Ingenuity Centre for Oil Sands Innovation expects to invest over $15 million in research over the next five years and recruit more than 50 faculty, graduate students and researchers. The centre will encourage interdisciplinary research and apply the emerging tools of nanotechnology to the oilsands.
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