Wednesday, December 11, 2019

Tag: science

Laurier-led Northern Water Futures to Study NWT Sustainability

Researchers from Wilfrid Laurier University will be leading a large, multi-disciplinary, multi-institutional team studying the sustainability of water in the Northwest Territories through the Northern...

Water-Based Membrane Advances Aqua Materials

A new water-based, recyclable membrane can filter particles as small as one nanometer, forwarding research and the applications of aqua materials. Separation technology is at...

New Method Selectively Removes Micropollutants from Water

Researchers at MIT have developed a method to selectively remove micropollutants from water. Published in the journal Energy and Environmental Science, the research details how...

Canada to Participate in International Water Research

The National Sciences and Engineering Research Council of Canada has announced that it will support water research internationally with collaborations through the Water Joint...

Oceanographer Daniel Pauly Named Scientist of the Year by Radio Canada

“C’est un honneur,” Dr. Daniel Pauly, University Killam Professor with the Institute for the Oceans and Fisheries and the Sea Around Us Principal Investigator,...

New Study Finds Life Under the Ice is Surprisingly Active

As long as ecologists have studied temperate lakes, the winter has been their off-season. It’s difficult, even dangerous, to look under the ice, and...

Government of Canada Launches Review of Federal Support for Fundamental Science

The Government of Canada understands the role of science in maintaining a thriving, clean economy and in providing the evidence for sound policy decisions....

PEI Scientist Develops Eco-Friendly Fish Fungus Killer

The government of Prince Edward Island has announced the local creation of an environmentally friendly fish fungus killer that can help protect farmed fish...

Professor John Pomeroy Describes Canada’s New $78 Million Research Program

This week, the Government of Canada unveiled plans for a new $77.8 million research program, led by the University of Saskatchewan with more than...

A Nose for Drinking Water Quality

Imagine a future where drinking water operators use a simple “sniff test” to tell you if the water is contaminated. Scientists from the Seoul...

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