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Elusive ion evades discovery for decades: Dalhousie NMR facility provides the solid proof
Elusive ion evades discovery for decades: Dalhousie NMR facility provides the solid proof
Friday, April 11, 2014
Ulrike Werner-Zwanziger from the Nuclear Magnetic Resonance Resource (NMR-3) facility at Dal helps team of SMU scientists provide proof for their big discovery.
Inside Halifax's changing neighbourhoods
Inside Halifax's changing neighbourhoods
Friday, March 14, 2014
A team in Dal's School of Planning is exploring the changing socio-economic profile of Halifax and what it might mean for the city's future.
FASS authors celebrate their latest releases
FASS authors celebrate their latest releases
Wednesday, March 12, 2014
The Faculty of Arts & Social Sciences' annual book fair featured everything from Middle English comic poems to profanity-laden rock albums.

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April

Elusive ion evades discovery for decades: Dalhousie NMR facility provides the solid proof
Friday, April 11, 2014
Ulrike Werner-Zwanziger from the Nuclear Magnetic Resonance Resource (NMR-3) facility at Dal helps team of SMU scientists provide proof for their big discovery.

March

Thinking about sustainability and environmental health
Thursday, March 27, 2014
The 10th annual Sustainability and Environmental Research Symposium, hosted by the Elizabeth May Chair, presented student research and some of the latest work in the field.
Sandboxes: A playground for student entrepreneurs
Wednesday, March 19, 2014
Dal receives provincial funding for two new collaborative spaces focused on information & communications technology and agriculture, designed to support students in translating business concepts from idea to execution.
Inside Halifax's changing neighbourhoods
Friday, March 14, 2014
A team in Dal's School of Planning is exploring the changing socio-economic profile of Halifax and what it might mean for the city's future.
Why expanding flu vaccination is good public policy
Thursday, March 13, 2014
New Dal research explores the benefits of expanding flu vaccine coverage to healthy young people, rather than focusing primarily on vulnerable populations.