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Dal alum working to remove one billion tons of harmful carbon dioxide from atmosphere

Dal alum working to remove one billion tons of harmful carbon dioxide from atmosphere

Is it possible to remove a billion tons of carbon dioxide from the atmosphere by 2045? Dr. Will Burt (PhD’16) thinks the ocean can absorb it, and his research is changing our world for the better.  Read more.

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Kenneth Conrad
Wednesday, November 16, 2022
Sisters Leah and Sarah Ellis are Dalhousie Chemistry alumni now working in the United States. Climate change-fighting innovations from their respective companies are being featured at COP27 in Egypt as part of a U.S. State Department exhibit.
Cheryl Bell
Friday, October 7, 2022
The new Tze/Chiang Paediatric and Adult Special Needs Clinic in the Faculty of Dentistry was made possible through a $1-million gift from alumna Dr. Theresa Chiang (BSc’61, DDS’65) in memory of her late husband, paediatric physician Dr. Wah Jun Tze (MD’65).
Mark Campbell
Tuesday, September 13, 2022
The Schulich School of Law and the Dalhousie Law Alumni Association honour lawyer Alex Neve (LLB ’87) for his work in advancing human rights internationally.

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Mark Campbell
Wednesday, November 30, 2022
Is it possible to remove a billion tons of carbon dioxide from the atmosphere by 2045? Dr. Will Burt (PhD’16) thinks the ocean can absorb it, and his research is changing our world for the better.
Mark Campbell
Thursday, November 24, 2022
Rising rents, inflation and grocery costs are forcing students to make hard choices about the food they can afford. This Giving Tuesday, Dal alumni and local businesses are giving students access to the nutritious food they need to succeed.
Kenneth Conrad
Wednesday, November 16, 2022
Sisters Leah and Sarah Ellis are Dalhousie Chemistry alumni now working in the United States. Climate change-fighting innovations from their respective companies are being featured at COP27 in Egypt as part of a U.S. State Department exhibit.
Alison DeLory
Thursday, November 10, 2022
Fighter pilot George Hill (MD’50) was a hero at Dieppe and dubbed "Nova Scotia's ace of aces." A three-time Distinguished Flying Cross recipient, he also survived near-starvation as a prisoner of war before returning home and studying medicine at Dalhousie.
Allison Barss
Friday, November 4, 2022
The COVID-19 pandemic has strained many aspects of everyday life, including the affordability and accessibility of food.