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Protecting Canada's oceans: Memorial-led team receives $1.65 million to address environmental problems in Canada's oceans and estuaries

A member of the Faculty of Engineering and Applied Science is leading an international team that has been awarded $1.65 million in federal funding to protect Canada’s oceans and estuaries.

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Stronger together: Memorial collaborating with NRC to lead ocean engineering, technology and science research

Amid a flurry of congratulatory handshakes, group photos and facility tours, business leaders, researchers and students celebrated a new era in the partnership between Memorial and the National Research Council of Canada (NRC), the federal government’s largest science and research organization.

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Highest honour: Mechanical engineering professor receives prestigious national award

A member of the Faculty of Engineering and Applied Science has been honoured with the highest award in Canada for contributions to engineering heat transfer.

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Sense of sisterhood: Engineering professor fulfills longtime dream to sing at Carnegie Hall

Since she was a teenager, Dr. Janna Rosales dreamed of singing in famed Carnegie Hall.

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Underwater competitors: Eastern Edge Robotics seeks fifth international title in Tennessee

Memorial’s Eastern Edge Robotics team is looking for its fifth world championship at the 2019 MATE International ROV Competition this week.

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Celebrating 50 years of engineering education

The Faculty of Engineering and Applied Science is celebrating 50 years of engineering education in the province and we want you to help us celebrate.

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On top of the world: Engineering alum pushes his limits by summiting Mount Everest

He has visited 94 countries. Swam with great white sharks off the coast of South Africa. Slept in a tent in the Serengeti. Hiked in the Amazon jungle and in the Congo with mountain gorillas.

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Memorial Engineering Outreach designing and delivering STEM programs to N.L. youth

The Memorial Engineering Outreach (MEO) office is delivering on the demand to make science, technology, engineering and math (STEM) programs accessible to youth.

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Multiple hats: Engineering professor reflects on her role as editor-in-chief of a top research journal

Dr. Octavia Dobre knows that with international leadership comes great responsibility.

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Memorial Engineering Outreach designs and delivers STEM programs to N.L. youth

In a world where there is an increasing demand to make science, technology, engineering and math (STEM) programs accessible to youth, the Memorial Engineering Outreach (MEO) office is delivering in a big way.

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Memoral University's globally recognized ocean tech reputation attracting young innovators from around the world

Marjan Taghi Boroojerdi has traded the hot dry climate of Tehran for the cold icy waters off North America’s harsh northeast coast.

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Building better ideas: Graduate-led design for accessibility wins student design competition

An innovative student group won the third annual Memorial University Canadian Society for Mechanical Engineering Design Competition recently.

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Duty and responsibility: Engineering researcher, alumnus recognized by national group

A prominent engineering professor and a dedicated alumnus are among a select group who have been named fellows of the Engineering Institute of Canada for 2019.

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How to prepare students for the rise of artificial intelligence in the workforce

Dr. Greg Naterer, dean, Faculty of Engineering and Applied Science, wrote an article on how to prepare students for the rise of artificial intelligence in the workforce, and it was recently published in The Conversation. View the article here.

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National network to enhance Canada's marine industry making great progress

The Canadian Network for Innovative Shipbuilding, Marine Research and Training (CISMaRT) – a world-class network with members that undertake collaborative research and development in marine technology and improve education and training of highly qualified personnel for Canada’s current and future shipbuilding and marine industries, continues to make progress.

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Alumnus' giving helps to bolster faculty's profile

Fred Cahill knows the importance of giving back. He also knows the value of a Memorial University education.

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Emerging mechanical engineer named Terra Nova Young Innovator

Dr. Xili Duan’s research could be a game changer for people living in Newfoundland and Labrador and beyond.

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Designing better, together: CoLab Software is changing the way engineers collaborate. Everywhere and anywhere.

Remember the last time you turned down a job offer from Silicon Valley? Maybe not. But that’s exactly what Adam Keating and Jeremy Andrews did to follow their vision with tech startup, CoLab Software. The product at the heart of the company is a software platform they call Gradient.

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Rewarding innovation: Mel Woodward Cup invests $35,000 in student entrepreneurs

Innovative business ideas related to health care, technology and ocean research won the top prizes at the 2019 Mel Woodward Cup (MWC) on March 28.

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