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Wednesday, July 27, 2022
Rina Wehbe, a computer scientist with academic roots in psychology, created Above Water to help shatter the stigma around mental health disorders and encourage people to set actionable strategies to achieve personal goals.
Wednesday, July 6, 2022
The Wellbeing Mapping Tool, developed by Dalhousie researchers in collaboration with non-profit organization Engage Nova Scotia, provides a simple and interactive way for for anyone to identify trends and insights into quality of life across the province.
Thursday, June 9, 2022
Rita Orji's Persuasive Computing Lab is one of 17 Canadian research labs to receive funding from Meta, the company that owns Facebook and Instagram, to further unlock the power of social technologies.
Friday, June 3, 2022
Confusion, word-finding difficulties, memory lapses, dizziness, an inability to focus: a growing cohort of COVID-19 survivors find themselves burdened by a strange array of cognitive impairments, and Dal researchers are looking to shed some light on the phenomenon.
Friday, April 22, 2022
As technology reshapes the way people approach animation and digital art, Dal’s Mayra Donaji Barrera Machuca is winning accolades for her research into how to make sketching in virtual-reality environments more user-friendly.
The April 12 Open Dialogue Live event “Data and its Impact on Health” will examine how data from the COVID-19 pandemic can be used to influence public policy and potentially mitigate risks should another pandemic occur.
Monday, April 4, 2022
Going boldly: Five Dal scholars receive $1.1 million to move in ambitious new research directions
Friday, March 4, 2022
Rita Orji, Canada Research Chair in Persuasive Technology and an associate professor in the Faculty of Computer Science, is one of 39 new Global Young Academy members — and one of only two new members from a Canadian institution this year.
Wednesday, March 2, 2022
A team of researchers from Dalhousie and other Canadian organizations has discovered what could be the first link between a case of COVID-19 in deer and humans, suggesting in a new paper that the virus can be transmitted from wildlife to people.
Wednesday, January 26, 2022
Winners this year include researchers from the Faculties of Computer Science, Management, Law, and Health.
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