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Trendy Techie meets Prime Minister Trudeau

Recent BCS student, Sage Franch, talks about her experience meeting with Prime Minister Justin Trudeau.


Finding your way through the genes

Spring 2016 CS Magazine cover story featuring Dr. Rob Beiko


Data-Driven Success

Convocation Profile: Salman Mohammed, Bachelor of Science, honours in Computer Science and minor in Mathematics


A look back on winter co-op

Keerthana Kumar (BCS) and Alex Nunes (BINF) reflect on their latest co-op work terms.


University Innovation Fellows: A Student's Experience

BCS student, Yaser Alkayle, writes about his experience as a University Innovation Fellow and his trip of a lifetime in Silicon Valley.


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FCS News

  • Barrington Benches and Freak Lunchbox Building Light up the Street
    July 21, 2016 12:00 PM
    Press release for a light installation project worked on by BCS student, Andrew Kenny.
  • Software Innovation Internship Program
    July 8, 2016 12:00 PM
    ShiftKey Labs is seeking applications from full/part-time Dalhousie University students to our Software Innovation Internship program starting on July 25, 2016.
  • Meet the Creative Working Group, based out of ShiftKey Labs
    June 23, 2016 12:00 PM
    The Creative Working Group is a multidisciplinary collection of students that operate out of the Dalhousie-based ShiftKey Labs.
  • Trendy Techie Meets Prime Minister Trudeau
    June 17, 2016 12:00 PM
    Recent BCS student, Sage Franch, met with Prime Minister Justin Trudeau on June 1 as one of eight young Canadians.
  • Finding Your Way Through Genes
    June 13, 2016 12:00 PM
    The process of decoding DNA sequences produces an avalanche of data - and finding the meaning and knowledge hidden in that data is a challenge being tackled today by computer scientists. They’re the researchers who work with algorithms and focus on interpreting genetic data instead of the messy business of samples and test tubes.
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