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Biomedical Engineering Professor Helps Improve Lives of Cancer Patients
Dalhousie Biomedical Engineering Professor is developing a device to improve brain cancer treatments.
Dalhousie Hosts NASA Space Apps Challenge for the First Time
For the first time, Dalhousie played host to the NASA Space Apps Challenge, with students gathering to take on design problems confronting outer space exploration.
Finding a Path Half a World Away
As she completes her PhD and moves south to begin her academic career, Mengyu Li reflects on her time at Dalhousie University.
Engineers Nova Scotia Honour Members of Dalhousie’s Faculty of Engineering
From the Ice to the Field
Engineering in Dal News
Dalhousie hosts first NASA Space Apps Challenge
Co-hosted by several different Dal labs and sandbox spaces, Dalhousie took part in the International NASA Space Apps Challenge last month, bringing together students and alumni across disciplines to tackle out-of-this-world challenges.
Learning how an idea becomes marketable
A group of high-school students from Sacred Heart School of Halifax recently had the opportunity to visit the Emera ideaHUB and learn how an idea can be transformed into a marketable product.
Climate change is a top issue for Canadians. What should voters look for?
Polls show that climate change is one of the top-three issues for Canadians heading to the ballot box, writes Dal prof Larry Hughes.
Getting the lead out
How much lead is in your drinking water? That’s what Bofu Li, a Killam Scholar and PhD student in the Dalhousie’s Centre for Water Resources Studies, is trying to figure out.
From classic to electric car – Dal Engineering’s “Triumph”
After months of work, Dal Engineering researcher Nathaniel Pearre and student Mitch Gregory have successfully converted a classic 1971 Triumph Spitfire into a modern-day electric car.