Non-toxic, Super-slippery Surface Material Offers a Wealth of Possible Marine Applications
Saint Francis Xavier University professor and a team of Australian researchers have come up with a non-toxic, super-slippery surface material for the marine industry.
UNB receives funding for the development of Arctic surveillance capabilities
The University of New Brunswick receives $2.9M from the federal government to build out its capabilities in Arctic surveillance.
SmartICE - combining technology with traditional knowledge to save lives
Adapting to the changing climate and the implications to persanl and food security, northern Canadian communities are adapting by combining innovative technology with traditional knowledge.
SMU-Industry partnership allows students to look deeper into the Ground
Industry involvement allows Saint Mary’s Anthropology department to expand its technological toolkit, benefitting students.
STFX signs Agreement with Cultivator Catalyst Coorporation
The agreement between Cultivar Catalyst Corporation, its subsidiaries and StFX will focus on research collaborations that develop proprietary solutions for the commercial cannabis industry.
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