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Securing a smarter future

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.  Read more.

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Matt Reeder
Tuesday, February 12, 2019
Dal ESL teacher Tracy Franz’s memoir "My Year of Dirt and Water," which documents her experiences living and teaching in Japan, has earned raves from the New York Times, the Literary Review and elsewhere.
Stephanie Rogers
Wednesday, February 6, 2019
Dal's Langille Athletic Centre in Truro has set up treadmills which can be used by dogs to run or walk next to their owners, giving both pooch and human the opportunity to stay active together over the winter months.
Matt Reeder
Monday, February 4, 2019
Roughly a year before The Bridge premiered at Halifax's Neptune Theatre, Shauntay Grant brought her gospel-inspired play to campus for a public reading that helped the Dal professor and poet fine-tune her theatrical debut.

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Obinna Esomchukwu
Monday, February 11, 2019
Dal grad student Nicole Bell and two colleagues in the Civil and Resource Engineering department held a youth science workshop in Baker Lake, Nunavut last November, using fun experiments and activities as way to introduce Inuit youth to concepts such as water purification, water quality, DNA extraction and biodiversity.
Stephanie Rogers
Friday, February 8, 2019
The first East Coast hub of the National Centre for Truth & Reconciliation, located in the Indigenous Community Room of the MacRae Library on the Agricultural Campus in Truro, will encourage education and awareness about Indigenous history.
Matt Reeder
Friday, February 8, 2019
Third-year Dal Kinesiology student Fola Akpan got her first taste of applied research last summer on a project addressing the link between cellphone use and neck issues. This weekend, she joins friends, students and other researchers of African descent on campus to share some of the findings in the first annual Black Research Symposium.
Cecilia Khamete
Friday, February 8, 2019
A student-led movement dedicated to providing free menstrual products to those in need has made its way to Dalhousie thanks to the efforts of students Lucy MacLeod and Claire Sethuram.
Stephanie Rogers
Wednesday, February 6, 2019
Dal's Langille Athletic Centre in Truro has set up treadmills which can be used by dogs to run or walk next to their owners, giving both pooch and human the opportunity to stay active together over the winter months.