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Dal alumni take the pain and destruction out of ring removal

Dal alumni take the pain and destruction out of ring removal

Conventional methods of removing rings are often painful and destructive, but emergency room doctors are now taking a new approach to the problem, using a device called RingRescue created by four Dal alumni to treat patients.  Read more.

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Janet Dyson
Thursday, July 18, 2019
For Theatre alum Jay Aaron Roy, Cape & Cowl Comics is more than just a place for sharing his geek pride: it's place that proudly advertises as a trans-owned business, and which is going above-and-beyond in creating a space space for youth in the community.
Cheryl Bell
Wednesday, July 10, 2019
When a workplace injury required dental hygenist Marilyn Harris to rethink her career, she decided to return to Dalhousie to pursue a new degree and open new doors. It was a hard choice — but one she wouldn't regret.
Mark Campbell
Friday, May 31, 2019
If there's one thing that unites the four alumni receiving Aurum Awards this week — besides their Dal connection, of course — it's their commitment to going above-and-beyond in their efforts to forge connections, improve lives and build a better tomorrow.

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Stephanie Rogers
Thursday, September 12, 2019
Working on an alumnus's sheep farm, Dal student Erica Sullivan spent her summer developing a business plan for a new sheep-milk ice cream brand.
Theresa Anne Salah
Wednesday, August 14, 2019
Conventional methods of removing rings are often painful and destructive, but emergency room doctors are now taking a new approach to the problem, using a device called RingRescue created by four Dal alumni to treat patients.
Jocelyn Adams
Friday, August 9, 2019
Since graduating from Dal Earth Sciences, Christopher Hamilton has been applying his knowledge of the Earth’s volcanic structures to help better understand the volcanic activity on other worlds.
Michele Charlton
Monday, July 29, 2019
EnergyX Solutions Inc, a graduate company of CDL Atlantic co-founded by a Dal alumnus, is making its way to Atlantic Canada, with the goal of helping homes and businesses lower their energy usage through Artificial Intelligence.
Janet Dyson
Thursday, July 18, 2019
For Theatre alum Jay Aaron Roy, Cape & Cowl Comics is more than just a place for sharing his geek pride: it's place that proudly advertises as a trans-owned business, and which is going above-and-beyond in creating a space space for youth in the community.