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Where ideas meet impact: Startup aims to revolutionize water testing with a digital device

Where ideas meet impact: Startup aims to revolutionize water testing with a digital device

Tech startup Drinkable Water Solutions leveraged Dalhousie’s Emera ideaHUB in its mission to transform consumer water testing with a handheld digital device that detects a wide range of toxic elements whose presence means the difference between safe and unsafe drinking water.  Read more.

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Q. Casey
Tuesday, June 18, 2024
Tech startup Drinkable Water Solutions leveraged Dalhousie’s Emera ideaHUB in its mission to transform consumer water testing with a handheld digital device that detects a wide range of toxic elements whose presence means the difference between safe and unsafe drinking water.
Laura Eggertson
Monday, June 17, 2024
Dr. Jeanette Boudreau's research aims to mobilize natural killer cells to target hard-to-treat cancers, super-charging the immune system to recognize the signals these tumours emit and then destroy them.
Matt Reeder
Wednesday, June 12, 2024
Dalhousie scaled new heights against nearly 2,000 other universities in this year's rankings, placing in the top 20 globally for its work in support of life below water, top 30 globally for zero hunger, and top 50 for life on land.
Stephanie Rogers
Wednesday, June 12, 2024
The Faculty of Agriculture and the Fujian Agriculture and Forestry University are establishing a jointly run college in China that builds on more than 20 years of programming partnerships that have trained more than 1,000 students.
Gabriel C Rau, Barret Kurylyk, Dylan Irvine & Susanne Benz
Thursday, June 6, 2024
Warmer groundwater is harmful for the rich array of life found underground – and for the many plants and animals who depend on groundwater for their survival. A global study looks at these changes and what impact this could have locally.