Why a net‑zero future depends on the ocean's ability to absorb carbon

Why a net‑zero future depends on the ocean's ability to absorb carbon

Economic recovery and carbon neutrality are linked. Both depend on the ocean's ability to continue to regulate climate, write Dalhousie's Anya M. Waite and Chris Milley, Memorial University of Newfoundland's Brad deYoung and University of King's College's Ian G. Stewart.  Read more.

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Roberta Staley (from the Canada Foundation for Innovation)
Tuesday, February 9, 2021
With equipment funded by the Canada Foundation for Innovation, Dal's Rita Orji explores the dynamic field of persuasive technology, developing interactive digital systems that motivate healthy behaviours.
Alison Auld
Wednesday, February 10, 2021
From a rural Newfoundland upbringing that sparked a love of science to conducting research with Dr. Anthony Fauci, the path that led Dr. Lisa Barrett to Dalhousie and helped her become a leading infectious disease and COVID-19 expert is an inspiring one.
Michele Charlton
Tuesday, February 16, 2021
3D BioFibR focuses on the production of biofibre that has the type of quality and scale not achievable with current manufacturing methods.

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Terry Murray Arnold
Wednesday, March 3, 2021
Theresa Tam recently took the time to send a personal thank you to Sherry Huybers, a faculty member in Dal's School of Health and Human Performance, for her work with Dal colleagues in creating a mini-course inspired by Dr. Tam's 2019 report addressing stigma in the health system.
Michele Charlton
Wednesday, March 3, 2021
The Government of Canada, through its COVID-19 Immunity Task Force (CITF), is supporting a new $1.9-million study in the Maritimes aimed at determining which health factors cause long-term care residents to experience severe COVID-19 outcomes, including death.
Rebecca Rawcliffe
Tuesday, March 2, 2021
New research from Dalhousie is using artificial intelligence to analyze the public emotions expressed through millions of tweets across the globe and identify trends that could make a significant impact in this area.
Caitlyn MacQueen
Monday, March 1, 2021
Alison Thompson, Mark Stradiotto and Laura Turculet all received prestigious awards from the Canadian Society for Chemistry this year, recognition following on the heels of a string of other significant awards for the department last year.
Jason Bremner (with files from the Canadian Institutes of Health Research)
Thursday, February 25, 2021
Ottawa announced an investment of $3.34 million in research to understand the health impacts of extended periods of inactivity and the effectiveness of preventative measures to mitigate the impact of inactivity on our health.