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CTRI Research Day Poster Competition

Congratulations to winners in the CTRI Research Day Poster Competition:

The four runners up are:

Ryan Ambrose, Physics and Atmpspheric Science, for his poster, Electronic Structure of Organic Semiconductors

Dillon Betts, Civil and Resource Engineering for his poster, Investigation of Bio-based Composites and Natural Fibres for Structural Applications

Sonia Kumar, Process Engineering and Applied Science, for her poster, Foam Fractionation for the Valorization of Antioxidants from Red Beet Pomace

David Morris, Chemistry, New Insights on the Bonding Properties of BCC-like Au38S2(SR)20 Nanoclusters from X-ray Absorption Spectroscopy

The First Place Winner is Alison Keefe, Materials Engineering, Probing Solid Electrolyte Interphase Layers with Temperature Dependent Electrochemical Impedance Spectroscopy

CTRI Annual Research Day

Our Annual Research Day has come and gone, and we would like to thank all of our particpants - speakers, poster presenters, judges, volunteers and attendees - who helped to make it a big success.

We had 135 people registered form Dalhousie, the Nova Scotia Community College, government and industry. There were 31 posters contributed and 7 invited talks from members in all five faculties, Agriculture, Architecture and Planning, Engineering, Management and Science. 

Many thanks also to our sponsors, Springboard Atlantic and the Nova Scotia Innovation Hub.

Nova Scotia Innovation Hub