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At the centre of the world: Dal chemist celebrated for building the fundamental science of her discipline

At the centre of the world: Dal chemist celebrated for building the fundamental science of her discipline

Professor Erin Johnson, the Herzberg-Becke Chair in Theoretical Chemistry, is the first Dal researcher to receive the Steacie Prize — one of Canada’s most prestigious awards for early-career scientists.  Read more.

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Andrew Riley
Tuesday, May 10, 2022
New projects funded by SSHRC’s Race, Gender and Diversity Initiative are forging university-community partnerships to examine systemic racism in health care and improve the influence of Indigenous leadership in natural resource management.
Dawn Morrison
Thursday, May 19, 2022
Led by researchers in Dalhousie’s Faculty of Health, a new project involves working with three communities in Cape Breton to understand and evaluate what programs seniors need.
Françoise Baylis and Andrew Fenton
Friday, May 13, 2022
The heart used in the first pig-human transplant was infected with a pig virus. This reveals that using other species as organ donors may not provide a solution for organ shortages, writes Dal researchers Françoise Baylis and Andrew Fenton.

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Genevieve MacIntyre
Friday, May 27, 2022
Tobias Gerhard Schminke was one of 13 scholars selected out of 500 applicants to receive the prestigious national award and becomes the third Political Science doctoral student at Dal to receive it in 10 years.
Andrew Riley
Friday, May 20, 2022
Professor Erin Johnson, the Herzberg-Becke Chair in Theoretical Chemistry, is the first Dal researcher to receive the Steacie Prize — one of Canada’s most prestigious awards for early-career scientists.
Jasmine Mah and Kaitlin Sibbald
Wednesday, May 18, 2022
Because they help to create a shared understanding, metaphors can play a critical role in navigating the gap between the knowledge patients and health-care providers bring, write Jasmine Mah and Kaitlin Sibbald.
Françoise Baylis and Andrew Fenton
Friday, May 13, 2022
The heart used in the first pig-human transplant was infected with a pig virus. This reveals that using other species as organ donors may not provide a solution for organ shortages, writes Dal researchers Françoise Baylis and Andrew Fenton.
Andrew Riley
Friday, May 13, 2022
Four Dal researchers have been a driving force behind Dartmouth-firm Planetary Technologies’ win of the Musk Foundation’s XPRIZE Carbon Removal award. The firm is one of 15 $1-million (USD) milestone award winners selected from a global pool of more than 1,100 teams.