Faculty of Science News
Here's why your sustainable tuna is also unsustainable
Assistant Professor and CRC Megan Bailey pens an article for The Conversation Canada.
Dal hosts dignitaries from global "energy capitals"
Mayors, officers and other dignitaries from around the world were on campus this week to learn about research and innovation at Dalhousie, with particular emphasis on the energy sector.
Discovering a new passion in plants
Adrian Dauphinee receives his PhD in biology this fall. Read about the path he chose to develop a career in science.
Celebrating the next generation of scientists
Proud to celebrate our latest cohort of Dal Science grads. Their accomplishments are impressive and outline their dedication to the pursuit of knowledge. Read stories of exceptional students who represent a small portion of this year's amazing Science grads.
Chemistry prof inspires
Dal Chemistry professor Mita Dasog was named one of the top 150 Canadian women in STEM (science, technology, engineering, and math) last week by hEr Volution, a group aimed at inspiring more young women to enter science-related fields.
Shining a light on exceptional volunteerism
Loran Morrison (BSc’11, BSc’14) is a stellar example of a passionate community volunteer. She created Shine Academics, a free tutoring service for youth in Halifax's North End.
Teaching that cares: Dal Science prof receives Atlantic teaching leadership award
Dr. Anne-Marie Ryan, one of Dalhousie’s most acclaimed teachers, has been recognized with Atlantic Canada’s top award for teaching leadership in higher education.
OFI turns one: A modest marking of a key milestone for the Dal‑led Ocean Frontier Institute
Ocean Frontier Institute's first year was all about building a strong foundation so the powerhouse can deliver exceptional advancements in ocean research.
Helping teachers address mental health in their classrooms
Teacher Help, developed at Dalhousie, is an eHealth professional development program that assists classroom teachers in providing evidence-based interventions to students in grades 1 to 12 with mental health disorders in the typical classroom setting.
Dalhousie researchers secure over $8 million to further discoveries
Read about two Dal Science researchers who recieved federal funding for their innovative research.
Department Events & Seminars
Physics Dept. Seminar: "Emera’s Approach to the Energy Industry Transformation"
October 18, 2017 4:30 PM
Physics Seminar: “Endoscopic Micro-Ultrasound for Neuro-Surgery: Combining Imaging and Therapeutic Technology”
October 23, 2017 1:30 PM