Seaformatics is set to launch Waterlily, a mirco-turbine
Springboarding into the next phase of its development, Seaformatics, a spin-off company out of Memorial University, has developed a consumer product, that allows the user to recharge their devices via a micro-turbine while being in the great outdoors.
Dal Research to help farmers adopt clean technologies and practices receives $1.7M
Dalhousie's Faculty of Agricultural receives research funding from the Agricultural Greenhouse Gases Program (AGGP) to help Canadian Farmers to adjust to climate change.
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