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Dalhousie Engineering Mourns Lives Lost in Ukraine International Airlines Crash
Dalhousie Engineering student Masoumeh "Masi" Ghavi is among the lives lost in the tragic crash of Ukraine International Airlines flight PS752.
Dalhousie researchers host workshop on climate change risks to coastal transportation infrastructure
Dr. Ronald Pelot and Dr. Floris Goerlandt from Dalhousie’s Department of Industrial Engineering hosted a workshop to focus on climate risk and resilience of coastal transportation infrastructure.
Commemorating the 30th Anniversary of the École Polytechnique Massacre
Join us as we commemorate the 30th anniversary of the Montreal massacre.
Moving Forward, Building Strength, Inspiring Change
December 6th, 2019 marks the 30th anniversary of the mass shooting of fourteen women (almost all of whom were engineering students) at École Polytechnique de Montréal (now Polytechnique Montreal). This year, we want to commemorate this tragic event by celebrating the outstanding work of female engineers across Canada who were touched by this event and forged a path forward for other women to follow.
From classic to electric car – Dal Engineering’s “Triumph”
Engineering in Dal News
30 years later: Building resilience at milestone ceremony for victims of École Polytechnique tragedy
This Friday is the National Day of Remembrance and Action on Violence against Women. Dalhousie's Faculty of Engineering is one of several Canadian schools participating in École Polytechnique's 30th annual national remembrance ceremony this year via a live video-link broadcast.
Clean sweep: Dal researchers steal the show at 17th annual Discovery Awards
The vast impact of Dalhousie's scientists and researchers was on full display last Thursday night at Nova Scotia's annual Discovery Awards, with Dal individuals winning every major category at Nova Scotia's top science, technology and innovation celebration.
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.