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  • News from August, 2012
  • Canadian Research Ranking Study Reveals Surprises

    University rankings have come to be somewhat of a sport in higher education circles, and institutions alternately love them or hate them. Now, a new report by the Higher Education Strategy Associates, a Toronto consulting firm, provides a different way of measuring research strength at Canadian universities.

     

     

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    Commercialization Catalysts

    In the world of molecular catalysts, the “Dal” name is somewhat famous. That’s because the university’s nickname is attached to an extremely popular family of catalysts created by chemist Mark Stradiotto and his research team.

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    Always Fresh Never Frozen Spuds

    When Michael Campbell, president of Humber Valley Potato Company sought to find a new agrifoods product, he turned to the Office of Applied Research at the College of the North Atlantic.

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    An Engine Like No Other

    What started as a senior design project in the last year of Braden Murphy's undergraduate degree has now evolved into a successful pneumatic engine prototype. 

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