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The Omicron variant: Dal experts share what we know so far about the new COVID variant

The Omicron variant: Dal experts share what we know so far about the new COVID variant

We asked two of Dalhousie's top experts in the field about this new — and potentially more infectious variant — and what it might mean in the ongoing effort to control COVID-19.  Read more.

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Alison DeLory
Monday, December 6, 2021
Nova Scotia universities and the Nova Scotia Community College joined with Dalhousie to raise funds to improve food security for students as part of a province-wide initiative on Giving Tuesday 2021.
Andrew Riley
Friday, November 26, 2021
Dal researchers were named winners in three major categories at the 2021 Discovery Awards, Atlantic Canada's most prestigious science recognition event, while Dr. Noni MacDonald was celebrated as this year's inductee to the Discovery Centre’s Science Hall of Fame.
Erica Gagnon
Tuesday, October 26, 2021
With dozens of recommendations, Dalhousie’s updated African Nova Scotian strategy offers the university’s most robust approach ever to increasing support for ANS students, staff and faculty.

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Miles Anderson
Tuesday, November 30, 2021
Dal-based Child and Youth Refugee Research Coalition airs a brand-new segment of The Refuge monthly, bringing young refugees, academics and community partners together to discuss key aspects of the refugee resettlement experience.
Alison Auld
Tuesday, November 30, 2021
We asked two of Dalhousie's top experts in the field about this new — and potentially more infectious variant — and what it might mean in the ongoing effort to control COVID-19.
Mary Anne White
Monday, November 29, 2021
In Canada, milk is available in jugs, cartons, bags and glass bottles. A new analysis reveals which type of container has the smallest environmental footprint — from container production to disposal, writes Mary Anne White.
Kenneth Conrad
Friday, November 26, 2021
OpenThink builds the next generation of experts by equipping PhD students with the skills and stage to share their ideas, inform on issues and influence public policy. Applications for the next cohort accepted until Friday, December 17.
Andrew Riley
Friday, November 26, 2021
Dal researchers were named winners in three major categories at the 2021 Discovery Awards, Atlantic Canada's most prestigious science recognition event, while Dr. Noni MacDonald was celebrated as this year's inductee to the Discovery Centre’s Science Hall of Fame.