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Faculty of Engineering News
Calgary Alumni Lobster Dinner
The annual Calgary Alumni Lobster Dinner is a tradition not to be missed! Join fellow Faculty of Engineering alumni on Friday, May 24.
Local Business Partners with Dalhousie University to Revolutionize the Lobster Industry
Yarmouth businessman Scott Dauphinee has partnered with Dalhousie University to develop a lobster trap for the 21st century.
Sexton Scholar Makes an Impact on her Peers
Dalhousie Chemical Engineering student Amanda Maclean has the distinction of being named Sexton Scholar and receiving the Dalhousie IMPACT Award in the same academic year.
Capstone Team Responds to Halifax Regional Fire and Emergency's Call for Improvement
A team of senior Dalhousie Industrial Engineering students is working with Halifax Regional Fire and Emergency to improve turnout times at University Avenue's Station 2.
Dalhousie Engineering Capstone Conference 2019
Dalhousie's Faculty of Engineering is proud to showcase the work of our senior undergraduate students in the 2019 Dalhousie Engineering Capstone Conference on Friday, April 5 at the Westin Nova Scotian.
Engineering in Dal News
Fancy footwork: Engineering student an international martial arts champion
Having just taken home his third consecutive gold medal at the International Taekwondo Federation World Championships, Ryan O’Neil has his sights set on making his way to Tokyo for the Olympic Games.
Where ideas come to life
Dal and its partners celebrated the grand opening of the new Emera ideaHUB on Sexton Campus this Thursday, a space for young companies and entrepreneurs to develop unique technologies and compete on a global scale.
Dal students shine at the Canadian Engineering Competition, including a silver medal for Annika Benson and Kayleigh Landers in the "Re-Engineering" category.
Acquiring the tools to push the frontiers of knowledge
Stanislav Sokolenko, an assistant professor from the Faculty of Engineering, will be using funding from the Canada Foundation for Innovation’s CFI John R. Evans Leaders Fund to develop new approaches to cell cultures.
Dal alum set to make the world a more vibrant place
A Dal Science alum is working with students in the Faculty of Engineering, as well as taking advantage the new Emera ideaHUB incubator space, to help people with colour vision deficiencies see the full spectrum of the rainbow.