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April Flowers for redOrbit.com - Your Universe Online Just add water to two engineers and a dinosaur curator and what do you get? At the University of Alberta, you get the answer to how a giant ancient sea creature swam. The lure of engineering combined with dinosaurs is what attracted fourth-year Faculty of Engineering student Laurel Richards to the project. “I heard that Dr. Loewen had an interesting project and that it had to do with dinosaurs, and I was definitely interested,”...
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