A research team at Dalhousie University has been studying the Shubenacadie River estuary since 2008. The research program is ongoing. The team is led by Dr. Jim Duston, who specializes in the study of fin fish.
Sophia He, a Chemical Engineer at Dalhousie University’s Faculty of Agriculture is working to develop a solution to the non-recyclable K-Cups while making your morning coffee more environmentally friendly.
No matter what your age, your daily food choices can have a huge impact on your overall health and wellness. But what if the food we ate also counteracted certain diseases like cancer or high blood pressure?
Although they may sound pretty, algae blooms can be toxic and render affected lakes unusable for both recreational and drinking purposes and may potentially have harmful effects on the wildlife who use these lakes as their water source.
There is a saying in Nova Scotia that is all too familiar. “If you don’t like the weather, wait five minutes and it will change!” However, research underway at Dalhousie University’s Faculty of Agriculture may help to make weather predictions for the province more accurate.