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AART: Helping the one in six couples who face infertility to conceive

Established by Dal's Department of Obstetrics & Gynaecology more than a decade ago, Atlantic Assisted Reproductive Therapies recently became the first and only fertility clinic in Canada to adopt the most up-to-date technology for assessing and preparing eggs and embryos for fertility procedures.  Read more.

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Matt Reeder
Friday, May 13, 2016
It began as theoretical quantum physics research made possible by a partnership between Dalhousie and Lockheed Martin. Now QRA, the Halifax-based spin-out company based on that research, is developing groundbreaking software tools to help engineers around the world detect design errors in complex systems.
Caitlynne Hines
Thursday, May 12, 2016
New research from Dal Biologists Derek Tittensor and Boris Worm is the first to map and predict seafloor biodiversity, offering a window into life at the furthest depths of the ocean.
Allison Gerrard
Friday, May 13, 2016
A cross-disciplinary team of Dal researchers has studied various bullying prevention programs and developed a toolkit to help improve the lives of Nova Scotia children while also streamlining school board resources.

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Melanie Jollymore
Friday, May 20, 2016
Established by Dal's Department of Obstetrics & Gynaecology more than a decade ago, Atlantic Assisted Reproductive Therapies recently became the first and only fertility clinic in Canada to adopt the most up-to-date technology for assessing and preparing eggs and embryos for fertility procedures.
Matt Reeder
Friday, May 13, 2016
It began as theoretical quantum physics research made possible by a partnership between Dalhousie and Lockheed Martin. Now QRA, the Halifax-based spin-out company based on that research, is developing groundbreaking software tools to help engineers around the world detect design errors in complex systems.
Allison Gerrard
Friday, May 13, 2016
A cross-disciplinary team of Dal researchers has studied various bullying prevention programs and developed a toolkit to help improve the lives of Nova Scotia children while also streamlining school board resources.
Ryan McNutt
Friday, May 13, 2016
After finishing as runner-up at the regional Three-Minute Thesis (3MT) finals at Memorial University, Biomedical Engineering student Ubong Peters is now up for the national title — and you can vote now to support him in the People's Choice competition.
Caitlynne Hines
Thursday, May 12, 2016
New research from Dal Biologists Derek Tittensor and Boris Worm is the first to map and predict seafloor biodiversity, offering a window into life at the furthest depths of the ocean.