A whale of a detective case

Marine Biology student Galaxina Renaud helped in identifying the cause of death for a beached fin whale in Nova Scotia earlier this summer. Read more.

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The road to wellness
The road to wellness
Friday, August 8, 2014
Dal's medical research is making breakthroughs and tightening the timeline between discovery and treatment. For patients like Al Isnor, the benefits of connecting with Dal-based doctors are already a reality.
Confronting coastal challenges
Confronting coastal challenges
Tuesday, August 5, 2014
By working with the provincial government, Dal's Marine Affairs Program is helping shape the future of Nova Scotia's more than 13,000 km of coastline.
Where have all the swallows gone?
Where have all the swallows gone?
Tuesday, July 22, 2014
Swallow populations across North America are experiencing incredible declines and Dal students are attempting to figure out why.

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August

Organic growth: Dal-hosted centre to manage national research cluster in organic agriculture
Thursday, August 14, 2014
Agriculture and Agri-Food Canada announces $8 million investment in research cluster to be managed by the Organic Agriculture Centre of Canada at Dal’s Faculty of Agriculture.
A whale of a detective case
Wednesday, August 13, 2014
Marine Biology student Galaxina Renaud helped in identifying the cause of death for a beached fin whale in Nova Scotia earlier this summer.
Seeing the forest and the trees
Tuesday, August 12, 2014
Getting a bird's-eye view of Dal's forest-related research.
Coming together as "One"
Monday, August 11, 2014
Dal Vice-President Research Martha Crago is one of 15 members of the One Nova Scotia Coalition, tasked with developing work plans for implementing the recommendations of the Ivany Report.
The road to wellness
Friday, August 8, 2014
Dal's medical research is making breakthroughs and tightening the timeline between discovery and treatment. For patients like Al Isnor, the benefits of connecting with Dal-based doctors are already a reality.