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  • A clean sweep: Dal students turn gold medal curling dreams into reality
    Four Dal undergrads are on top of the curling world this week, as the team skipped by Arts student Kaitlyn Jones won the gold medal for Canada at the 2018 World Junior Curling Championships.
  • Dal researchers receive close to $2 million from Research Nova Scotia Trust for innovative clean energy projects
    Research from Paul Bishop (Mechanical Engineering) and Ghada Koleilat (Process Engineering and Applied Science) was celebrated at an event last month announcing $1.9 million in funding from the Research Nova Scotia Trust.
  • An ocean of opportunity
    Canada takes its next big step to becoming a global leader in the knowledge-based ocean economy with the federal government's recent announcement of support for a new industry-led collaboration: the Ocean Supercluster.
  • Ready to "Lead"
    As part of this Friday's Dal Lead! student leadership conference, Materials Engineering student Danielle Griffin is preparing to share her story about life with Autism and her work to help others succeed as she has.
  • A legacy handed down
    On the 28th anniversary of the tragic mass shooting at École Polytechnique, a new set of awards — each in honour of one of the 14 victims — celebrate women studying Engineering who are making a difference in the classroom and in their communities.