Centre of Excellence for Healthy Aging Launches First Research Project

The Centre of Excellence for Healthy Agency (CEHA) at Cape Breton University has launched its first research project. CEHA is serving as the Atlantic node of the CAN THUMBS-UP, a clinical research trial sponsored by the Canadian Collaboration on Neurodegeneration in Aging (CCNA). THUMBS-UP is part of an international trial looking at community-based interventions to…

Research Nova Scotia and Forestry Innovation Transition Trust investing $5.38 million to deliver a 3-Year Forestry Research Program.

(Halifax, NS) Research Nova Scotia is partnering with the Forestry Innovation Transition Trust (FITT) to deliver a three-year forestry research program. This program will work to harness the creativity and expertise of Canada’s research community to support Nova Scotia’s transition to an ecological forestry model.Forestry is a key industry for Nova Scotia, supporting thousands of…

Culture and Perspectives on Sexual Assault Policy

Culture and Perspectives on Sexual Assault Policy (CAPSAP) is a 4-phase study that was conducted at 4 universities in Nova Scotia: Mount Saint Vincent University, Cape Breton University, Saint Mary's University, and Dalhousie University. The research project aimed to gather diverse student perspectives on university sexual assault or sexual violence policies (SV/SA policies). The principal…

Centre for Water Resources Studies launches public COVID-19 wastewater dashboard.

The Centre for Water Resources Studies at Dalhousie University is proud to present its public COVID-19 wastewater dashboard. Wastewater samples from the past 18 months have been collected from four wastewater facilities in Halifax, Nova Scotia. Project partners include Halifax Water, LuminUltra Technologies, and Research Nova Scotia.