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Right whales may abandon protected feeding habitats in search of food

New research from Dal postdoc Kimberley Davies explores the feeding patterns of one of our region's most notable endangered species.  Read more.

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Ryan McNutt
Monday, August 10, 2015
Axel Becke has spent his entire career working on one fundamental challenge in theoretical chemistry. While he hasn’t found a perfect solution — yet — the formulas he continues to hone have become foundational for the work of thousands of other researchers, making his work among the most cited in the world. (From Dalhousie magazine)
Matt Reeder
Wednesday, August 5, 2015
After undergoing a dramatic makeover in a Dal lab, a one-of-a-kind ocean-based observatory known as the SeaCycler is planning to make its maiden voyage to the volatile Labrador Sea later this summer.
Marie Visca
Friday, July 24, 2015
PhD candidate Catherine Reeve is exploring whether dogs can detect changes in the blood sugar of people with diabetes, and how they do it.

Archives - Research

Stephanie Rogers
Monday, August 31, 2015
The Faculty of Agriculture's Oamar Zaman is a pioneer in research into precision agriculture, a farming concept that accounts for crop variability and can increase yield and reduce the use of argochemicals.
Janet Stalker
Thursday, August 20, 2015
New research from Dal postdoc Kimberley Davies explores the feeding patterns of one of our region's most notable endangered species.
Kathryn Morse
Friday, August 14, 2015
Heather Fennell-Al Sayed, a faculty member with Dal's Clinical Vision Science program, spent her July in Malaysia training young practitioners to lead orthoptic care in the country.
Alana Milner
Thursday, August 13, 2015
Dal's Transatlantic Ocean System Science and Technology (TOSST) summer school took grad students to West Africa to learn about how communities interact with the marine environment.
Ryan McNutt
Monday, August 10, 2015
Axel Becke has spent his entire career working on one fundamental challenge in theoretical chemistry. While he hasn’t found a perfect solution — yet — the formulas he continues to hone have become foundational for the work of thousands of other researchers, making his work among the most cited in the world. (From Dalhousie magazine)