Media Advisory - Cameco and UOIT to announce significant research partnership in support of School of Energy Systems and Nuclear Science

    OSHAWA, ON, April 11 /CNW/ - On Thursday, April 12, the University of
Ontario Institute of Technology (UOIT) and Cameco Corporation, the world's
largest low-cost uranium producer, will make an important research partnership
announcement about UOIT's School of Energy Systems and Nuclear Science.
    The announcement, which will include financial details about the
partnership, will have a significant impact on the research direction of
Ontario's only laptop-based university including its ability to enhance the
fundamental and applied knowledge of students and equip graduates of the
Nuclear Power, Energy Systems, Nuclear Engineering, and Health Physics and
Radiation Science programs with the advanced knowledge required to secure
successful careers in the nuclear industry.

    The Honourable James M. Flaherty, PC, MP, minister of Finance;
    Lou Rinaldi, MPP Northumberland;
    Dr. Ronald Bordessa, president, UOIT;
    Gerald W. Grandey, president and chief executive officer, Cameco;
    Dr. George Bereznai, dean, UOIT School of Energy Systems and Nuclear
    David Chambers, vice-president, Advancement, UOIT; and
    Travis Dutka, vice-president, Student Association, UOIT.

    Thursday, April 12, 2007
    11 a.m. to noon
    (Program begins at 11:10 a.m.)

    Business and Information Technology building atrium
    2000 Simcoe Street North
    Oshawa, Ontario

    Enter off of Simcoe Street North and proceed to the Founders 1 parking

For further information:

For further information: Tony Doyle, Communications and Marketing, (905)
721-3111 ext. 2209,

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