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Dalhousie researcher receives $1.8M for world‑leading research in ocean acoustics

Stan Matwin’s MERIDIAN project, supported by CFI's Cyberinfrastructure Initiative, will help protect marine species and establish Canada as a global leader in the field of ocean acoustic data.  Read more.

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Allison Gerrard
Tuesday, September 13, 2016
Atlantic Canada Opportunities Agency announces $3 million in funding to support Dr. Chris McMaster and his team in developing drug treatments for what are known as "orphan" or rare childhood diseases that impact thousands of Canadians.
Allison Gerrard and Genevieve MacIntyre, with Michele Charlton
Tuesday, September 13, 2016
Dal celebrates three new members of the Royal Society of Canada's College of New Scholars, Artists and Scientists: John Archibald (Biochemistry and Molecular Biology), Jennifer Bain (Fountain School of Performing Arts) and Rudolf Uher (Psychiatry).
Ryan McNutt
Tuesday, September 6, 2016
The Ocean Frontier Institute (OFI) — launched with a $94-million investment from the Government of Canada — will be a global hub for ocean science and help ensure safe and sustainable use of one of Earth’s most precious resources. Hear from several of the individuals involved in OFI about what it will mean for ocean research at Dalhousie and for Canada’s ocean leadership.

Archives - Research

Michele Charlton
Thursday, September 29, 2016
Bioethicist Françoise Baylis is this year's recipient of the Royal Society of Canada's McNeil Medal, which celebrates outstanding promotion and communication of science to students and the public.
Michele Charlton
Thursday, September 15, 2016
Stan Matwin’s MERIDIAN project, supported by CFI's Cyberinfrastructure Initiative, will help protect marine species and establish Canada as a global leader in the field of ocean acoustic data.
Allison Gerrard
Tuesday, September 13, 2016
Dal researchers have developed a drug aimed at preventing a rare genetic blinding disease known as "FEVR" that affects children from birth.
Allison Gerrard
Tuesday, September 13, 2016
Atlantic Canada Opportunities Agency announces $3 million in funding to support Dr. Chris McMaster and his team in developing drug treatments for what are known as "orphan" or rare childhood diseases that impact thousands of Canadians.
Allison Gerrard and Genevieve MacIntyre, with Michele Charlton
Tuesday, September 13, 2016
Dal celebrates three new members of the Royal Society of Canada's College of New Scholars, Artists and Scientists: John Archibald (Biochemistry and Molecular Biology), Jennifer Bain (Fountain School of Performing Arts) and Rudolf Uher (Psychiatry).