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Discovery Awards celebrate outstanding innovators, game‑changing achievements

Discovery Awards celebrate outstanding innovators, game‑changing achievements

Mita Dasog, an assistant professor in the Department of Chemistry, received the Emerging Professional Award at this year's Discovery Awards Thursday night, with several other Dalhousie faculty and alumni recognized as finalists.  Read more.

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Alison Auld
Thursday, November 26, 2020
Dal researchers have developed a new model that shows small vessels can cause lethal injuries in North Atlantic right whales, while large ships can kill even at slow speeds.
Richard leBrasseur
Wednesday, November 25, 2020
Changes to the way houses and other buildings are constructed could lower energy use and greenhouse gas emissions, writes Richard leBrasseur, an assistant professor of landscape architecture and director of Dal's Green Infrastructure Performance Lab.
Caitlyn MacQueen
Tuesday, November 17, 2020
A recent Dal-led study, published in Nature Communications, discovered that earthquakes and continental movements triggered massive underwater landslides tens of millions of years ago off the coast of East Africa — findings that could help assess the future risk of tsunamis to the increasingly populated coastline in the region.

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Michele Charlton
Friday, November 27, 2020
Mita Dasog, an assistant professor in the Department of Chemistry, received the Emerging Professional Award at this year's Discovery Awards Thursday night, with several other Dalhousie faculty and alumni recognized as finalists.
Alison Auld
Thursday, November 26, 2020
Dal researchers have developed a new model that shows small vessels can cause lethal injuries in North Atlantic right whales, while large ships can kill even at slow speeds.
Cailtyn MacQueen
Monday, November 23, 2020
A recent study led by Dal researcher Mary Anne White answered a fundamental question concerning a basic property of carbon, discovering that our previous understanding of the relative stability of graphite and diamond had significant gaps.
Sarah Sawler
Friday, November 20, 2020
With the reimagine NS project having released all five of its reports, one final panel event is set to discuss practical changes institutions, policymakers and individuals need to make in order to enrich the lives of Nova Scotians.
Caitlyn MacQueen
Tuesday, November 17, 2020
A recent Dal-led study, published in Nature Communications, discovered that earthquakes and continental movements triggered massive underwater landslides tens of millions of years ago off the coast of East Africa — findings that could help assess the future risk of tsunamis to the increasingly populated coastline in the region.