Stephen Larter has become Calgary’s associate vice-president for research and innovation, adding to his duties as chief scientist of the university’s CDL-Rockies accelerator for energy startups.

University of Calgary has hired Stephen Larter (pictured) as its associate vice-president for research and innovation, a title known internally as AVPR-I. He took over the role on February 25 from the previous AVPR-1, André Buret, who had held the role on a temporary basis. Larter will work closely with the university’s Innovate Calgary tech…

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