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Thursday, April 5, 2018
An innovative study conducted by a researcher from Dalhousie University has compared anthropogenic greenhouse gas (GHG) emissions from fisheries to those from agriculture and livestock production on a national level, and looked at changes in emissions from fisheries over time.
Tuesday, March 20, 2018
A study out of Dalhousie University has discovered that consumer trust in their grocery stores has fallen since allegations emerged that many of the chains worked together to keep bread prices high.
Tuesday, March 6, 2018
A revolutionary new study led by Dr. David Anderson, Dean of the Faculty of Medicine, and Dr. Michael Dunbar, a professor in the Department of Surgery, has determined that Bayer Aspirin is just as effective in preventing blood clots following joint replacement surgeries as rivaroxaban, a costly anti-coagulant commonly used in Canada.
Friday, February 23, 2018
Humans have been fishing for at least 42,000 years, and for the first time ever, its global footprint can be tracked from space.
Dalhousie researchers study the healing power of sport: Dr. Celina Shirazipour and Dr. Alice Aiken present groundbreaking research at CIMVHR Conference
Tuesday, September 26, 2017
The 2017 Invictus Games are being held this week in Toronto, and will see more than 550 ill, injured, and wounded service members participate in 12 adaptive sports. These games use the power of sport to inspire, support, and rehabilitate, and two researchers at Dalhousie are hoping to learn more about the scale of its impact.
In a paper recently published in Nature Human Behaviour, Dalhousie University’s Françoise Baylis, Canada Research Chair in Bioethics and Philosophy, discusses the ethical concerns behind germline genetic modification.
Innovative study by Dalhousie researcher identifies genetic differences between spring and autumn spawning populations in the Northwest Atlantic
Monday, April 10, 2017
Researchers from Dalhousie University and Uppsala University in Sweden have collaborated on a new study identifying genetic differences between spring and fall spawning herring in the Northwest Atlantic.
Dalhousie University’s Howard Ramos, a professor of sociology, and Yoko Yoshida, an associate professor of sociology, are studying the demographic trends of Canadian immigration, focusing on non-economic and non-traditional pathways of migration.
Monday, March 6, 2017
Dr. Jacqueline Gahagan, Interim Director, School of Health & Human Performance and Director of the Gender and Health Promotion Studies Unit can speak to increased access to and uptake of HIV testing, and important health issue for women worldwide.
Thursday, February 9, 2017
A Dalhousie research team’s 3-year study of 179 romantic couples suggests that if one partner binge drinks, their behaviour contributes to binge drinking in their romantic partner.