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News from Atlantic Canada’s science and research community.

Take Part in ShiftKey Lab’s COVID-19 Hackathon!

The Dalhousie University innovation sandbox, ShiftKey Labs, is hosting a COVID-19 Virtual Hackathon, May 4-6, 2020. The goal is to have students and professionals from diverse programs and fields work together to identify innovative solutions to the many challenges created by the COVID-19 pandemic. Those interested can apply as a team

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Covid-19 Updates

Updates on the Impact of COVID-19 on Science Atlantic Conferences

March 18, 2020, 12:00 pm Science Atlantic has been diligently following federal, provincial, and institutional policies and statements to ensure the best possible decisions for students and faculty taking part in our activities.  The following outlines the most recent decisions regarding the 2020 Psychology and Chemistry student conferences. Note: Potential

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NSCC joins Science Atlantic

NSCC Joins Science Atlantic

Nova Scotia Community College (NSCC) recently became the only college member of Science Atlantic. For almost 60 years, Science Atlantic has been helping universities advance post-secondary education and research throughout the region. NSCC looks forward to students, faculty and scientists now benefitting from the opportunities Science Atlantic has to offer. “We’re

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Register for AFB2020 and SANFC2020!

Registration closed. Please visit our conference page to see when the next event is happening. — The 2020 Aquaculture and Fisheries and Biology Conference is being held March 14-15th at Cape Breton University. Important deadlines: February 21: Abstract submission deadline February 28: Registration deadline The Second Annual Science Atlantic Nutrition

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Science Communication Award Winners Have Articles Published with ASRJ

Two of our Science Communication Award winners took the opportunity to work collaboratively with the Atlantic Student Research Journal (ASRJ) to publish an article about their research. Learn more about Elizabeth Dreise and Devon McGrath below and stay tuned for more articles written by young scientists in the Atlantic region!

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Register for AUPAC2020!

Registration closed. Please visit our conference page to see when the next event is happening. — Important deadlines: January 11: Abstract submission deadline January 11: Registration deadline

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