Memorial to benefit from new water analytics research consortium

Water quality challenges are often complex and multidimensional, therefore people conducting research in the area usually come from a variety of backgrounds — with expectations that are just as diverse.

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Researchers find new uses for forestry residues

Every spring the smell of red bark permeates the St. John’s campus as landscapers begin the annual task of weeding and tidying up Memorial University’s flowerbeds.

But two researchers are trying to find other, more valuable, uses for the residues left behind from the province’s lumber and pulp and paper industries. 


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New scientific diving course puts marine life at students' fingertips

In June a group of undergraduate and graduate students braved the three-degree waters of the Atlantic Ocean daily for two weeks as part of a new course.

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