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A continuing journey: Axel Becke's perseverance celebrated with Herzberg Medal

These days, the majority of chemical calculations used by researchers and companies around the world rely on theories and formulas developed in large part by Axel Becke. Now, the impressive career of Dalhousie's Killam Chair in Computational Science is being celebrated with NSERC's highest honour — the second year in a row the award has been presented to a Dal researcher.  Read more.

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Emma Geldart
Friday, February 27, 2015
Haibo Niu of the Faculty of Agriculture's Department of Engineering is developing more accurate models to predict the spread of oil in the ocean, hoping to reduce the environmental and human impacts of oil spills.
Misha Noble-Hearle
Monday, February 23, 2015
Together with researchers, pharmacists and government, the SafetyNET-Rx initiative is helping identify and track pharmacy error in Canada and improve patient safety.
Emma Geldart
Friday, February 20, 2015
Scott White, a recent hire in Dal's Faculty of Agriculture, has no qualms about getting all tangled up in the weeds. In fact, it's the focus of his research program.
Ryan McNutt
Tuesday, February 17, 2015
These days, the majority of chemical calculations used by researchers and companies around the world rely on theories and formulas developed in large part by Axel Becke. Now, the impressive career of Dalhousie's Killam Chair in Computational Science is being celebrated with NSERC's highest honour — the second year in a row the award has been presented to a Dal researcher.
Ryan McNutt
Friday, February 13, 2015
A look at the continuing work of Dalhousie's James R. Johnston Chair in Black Canadian Studies, Dr. Afua Cooper, in leading the mission of Canada's only national Black Studies chair.