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Higher food prices expected in 2017: Canada's Food Price Report

Higher food prices expected in 2017: Canada's Food Price Report

Led by Dean of Management Sylvain Charlebois, the seventh edition of Canada’s Food Price Report is the first to be published at Dalhousie, with the support of a cross-university team of researchers.  Read more.

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Niecole Comeau
Tuesday, December 6, 2016
Dal postdoc Kerrianne Ryan is conducting research at the forefront of the emerging and controversial field of connectomics, which aims to map the briain's "wiring."
Michele Charlton
Wednesday, December 7, 2016
Earlier this year, Chemistry Professor Emeritus Axel Becke received one of the highest scholarly honours in the country: the Canada Council Killam Prize. Late last month, he delivered his Killam Prize lecture on campus, drawing connections between music and quantum theory.
Michele Charlton
Friday, December 2, 2016
Last Friday, the Government of Canada announced two new Canada Research Chairs for Dalhousie: Carolyn Buchwald (Ocean Chemistry) and Morgan Langille (Human Microbiome). Jerry White (European Studies) also had his Canada Research Chair renewed.

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Michele Charlton
Wednesday, December 7, 2016
Earlier this year, Chemistry Professor Emeritus Axel Becke received one of the highest scholarly honours in the country: the Canada Council Killam Prize. Late last month, he delivered his Killam Prize lecture on campus, drawing connections between music and quantum theory.
Ryan McNutt
Tuesday, December 6, 2016
Led by Dean of Management Sylvain Charlebois, the seventh edition of Canada’s Food Price Report is the first to be published at Dalhousie, with the support of a cross-university team of researchers.
Miriam Breslow
Tuesday, December 6, 2016
Peter Tyedmers, professor and director of the School for Resource and Environmental Studies (SRES), is taking part in this week's Nobel Week Dialogue in Stockholm, Sweden on "The Future of Food."
Niecole Comeau
Tuesday, December 6, 2016
Dal postdoc Kerrianne Ryan is conducting research at the forefront of the emerging and controversial field of connectomics, which aims to map the briain's "wiring."
Michele Charlton
Friday, December 2, 2016
Last Friday, the Government of Canada announced two new Canada Research Chairs for Dalhousie: Carolyn Buchwald (Ocean Chemistry) and Morgan Langille (Human Microbiome). Jerry White (European Studies) also had his Canada Research Chair renewed.