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May 13, 2019

Posted by Darcy MacRae on May 13, 2019

Please find below suggested Dalhousie University experts on current topics of regional, provincial, national and international interest for Monday, May 13, 2019.

Examining how soil carbon can help tackle climate change 
Dalhousie Expert: 
Dr. Derek Lynch, Professor, Department of Plant, Food, and Environmental Sciences.
Research Specialties: Agronomy, agroecology, farming systems, organic agriculture, nutrient management, soil quality and soil health, soil organic matter dynamics.
Contact: derek.lynch@dal.ca and 902-893-7621.

Opposition parties calling for investigation into Federal Government’s conduct in the prosecution of Vice-Admiral Mark Norman
Dalhousie Expert: 
Lori Turnbull, Associate Professor, Department of Political Science.
Research Specialties: Canadian parliamentary governance, political ethics, elections, electoral systems, and public engagement.
Contact: lturnbul@dal.ca and 902-494-6605.

Transformative step in battery technology could lead to smaller, safer and more effective batteries
Dalhousie Expert: 
Dr. Jeff Dahn, Professor, Department of Process Engineering and Applied Science.
Research Specialties: Lithium-ion batteries, combinatorial and high throughput materials, advanced battery materials, electrochemistry, energy Storage.
Contact: Jeff.Dahn@Dal.Ca and 902-494-2991. 

Swedish prosecutors reopening sexual assault case against Julian Assange, will seek extradition from Britain
Dalhousie Expert: 
Dr. Robert Currie, Professor of Law, Schulich School of Law, Law and Technology Institute.
Research Specialties: International criminal law, international litigation, international law, extradition, civil procedure, criminal law. 
Contact: robert.currie@dal.ca and 902-494-1012.  

Trade War between U.S. and China not slowing down
Dalhousie Expert: 
Dr. Robert Huish, Associate Professor, Undergraduate Advisor, Department of International Development Studies.
Research Specialties: Global health, North Korea, Cuban development, activism and social justice.
Contact: huish@dal.ca and 902-494-2979.