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Scientists at Dalhousie Universityhave discovered a new branch on the ‘Tree of Life’ that no one knew existed. Their findings were published today in the journal Nature and will be critical to better understanding the evolutionary history of life on earth.
The Canadian Institutes of Health Research (CIHR) recently funded Dr. Penny Corkum's online education program geared toward providing school teachers with information that supports students with neurodevelopmental disorders.
Dalhousie University Professor Jocelyn Downie receives prestigious Pierre Elliott Trudeau Foundation fellowship for end‑of‑life care research
Dalhousie University is please to congratulate Professor Jocelyn Downie on being awarded a research fellowship by the Pierre Elliott Trudeau Foundation.
Dalhousie University congratulates the Nova Scotia government on today’s announcement of the new business immigration streams: the Entrepreneur Stream and the Graduate Entrepreneur Stream.
Dr. Christine Chambers and her team at the Halifax-based Centre for Pediatric Pain Research, have partnered with YummyMummyClub.ca (YMC) on a year-long social media campaign called It Doesn’t Have to Hurt. The work is funded by a grant from the Canadian Institutes of Health Research.
The fossils of marine species that went extinct over the last 23 million years are giving an international team of scientists insight into the species that are at risk today, as well as where hotspots of extinction may be located.
The Ocean Tracking Network joins top world organizations for International Oceanographic Data Exchange
The Ocean Tracking Network is the first Canadian Associate Data Unit of the International Oceanographic Data and Information Exchange under UNESCO’s Intergovernmental Oceanographic Commission.
Non-alcoholic fatty liver disease is now the most common form of liver disease in Canada and part of a larger liver-disease epidemic.
A major study that will provide in-depth understanding of aging has received a shot in the arm. The Canadian Longitudinal Study on Aging (CLSA) has been awarded a $41.6 million grant from the Canadian Institutes of Health Research (CIHR) to continue its work for the next five years.
Recent research conducted by Dalhousie University’s Faculty of Agriculture indicates a high prevalence of a green crab pathogen now being found in lobsters in some Atlantic Canadian locations.