From carbon capture sequestration to collaborative research on the social, cultural and economic impact of climate change, UAlberta strives to conduct research that explores and finds solutions to issues—whether they be local or global—and seeks to improve the human condition.

As part of our vast and rich graduate programming, UAlberta also offers shared credential programs (dual-degree and joint-degree), exchange programs and interdisciplinary studies.

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Researcher looks for cleanest ways to produce, transport bitumen

Balwinder Nimana

Engineering grad student develops computer models to estimate emissions and compare costs of moving bitumen by rail or pipeline.

Balwinder Niamana’s research is a strong example of the innovation and collaboration that will help us reach our greenhouse gas emission reduction goals. Learn more.