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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.
Dalhousie Engineers Take an Oath of Honour in Iron Ring Ceremony
On the weekend of March 9, over 475 engineering students in Halifax were amongst the latest iron ring recipients to take the oath of obligation.
Dalhousie Engineering's Autonomous Sailboat, the SeaLeon, Washes Ashore in Ireland
Previously thought to be lost at sea during its transatlantic voyage, Dalhousie's autonomous sailboat, the SeaLeon, has washed ashore in Ireland.
Engineering Students Help Others Understand Mental Health on Sexton Campus
Dalhousie Engineering student Laura Flick has spearheaded the establishment of a Sexton Campus chapter of Jack.Org, a charitable organization that helps schools change the way people think about mental health.
Dalhousie Engineering Professor working to protect Sable Island's ecosystem
Dalhousie Engineering Professor Dr. Barret Kurylyk is working to protect the ecosystem of Sable Island.
Engineering in Dal News
Reaching for the top: Dal's top co‑op students of the year
Get to know the six outstanding students being recognized this week with Dal's Top Co-Op Student of the Year Award — and learn how their co-op experiences have helped take their eduation to new heights.
The green machines (and more) of Dal's redesigned Sexton Campus
Dal's ambitious redesign of its downtown Sexton Campus has been about more than new buildings and spaces. It's also involved a significant sustainability overhaul that's a possibility to receive Dal's highest-ever LEED rating. Take a closer look with video highlights and more.
Lost, then found: Dal Engineering sailboat washes up on Ireland's shores
An autonomous sailboat launched in July by Dal Engineering researchers was presumed lost at sea during its transatlantic journey — until it washed up on a beach in Ireland last week.
Engineering students help others understand mental health on Sexton Campus
Engineering student Laura Flick has spearheaded the establishment of a Sexton Campus chapter of Jack.Org, a charitable organization that helps change the way people think about mental health.
Securing a smarter future
As more and more devices around the home get connected to the internet, security risks are rising. That's why Dal Engineering prof Colin O'Flynn started his company NewAE Technology — and why a partnership with the new Emera ideaHUB is set to take its product development to the next level.