'Deep-rooted expertise': Memorial navigates to top of world university rankings for ocean tech research
For the third time in recent years, Memorial is the only Canadian university ranked as one of the best post-secondary institutions in the world for the study of marine/ocean engineering.
The island of Newfoundland is famously known as “The Rock”, but new research reveals that it is the fossils from “The Rock” that are capturing the attention of scientists worldwide.
Hoda Rajabi, a graduate of Memorial, played a significant role in research that is helping better diagnose people in this province with one of the world’s most prevalent forms of retinal disease.
Corner Brook will soon be home to a centre that will support research and development, business diversification and a stronger culture of innovation and entrepreneurship throughout Newfoundland and Labrador.
Memorial has a groundbreaking new Indigenous research policy. At its July 9 meeting, the Board of Regents approved the Research Impacting Indigenous Groups policy – the first of its kind known in Canadian universities.
New research from the Faculty of Medicine allows women to make better decisions when it comes to preventive surgeries and screenings for hereditary breast and ovarian cancer.
Well-earned results: Leading and emerging social scientists awarded more than $1 million for insightful research
Archaeological legacies in Northern Newfoundland. Educational policy-making. Representation in Ottawa. These diverse projects are just the tip of the iceberg of those receiving more than $1 million in new federal funding.
Memorial’s vice-president (research) and a pair of influential alumni are among the newest fellows elected into the Canadian Academy of Engineering (CAE). Dr. Neil Bose, Dr. Rehan Sadiq and Jennifer Williams are being honoured for their outstanding leadership and innovative contributions to their professions.
Updated Framework for a Phased Approach to Returning to On-Campus Research Spaces, Fieldwork and Face-to-Face Interactions with Research Participants
Memorial is proceeding to resume additional on-campus research activities, fieldwork and research involving face-to-face interactions with research participants in accordance with an updated Framework for a Phased Approach to Returning to On-Campus Research Spaces, Fieldwork and Face-to-Face Interactions with Research Participants.
How species respond to climate change and creating population models for flatfish on the Grand Banks are some of the diverse projects led by future research leaders benefitting from more than $750,000 in scholarship and fellowship funding.
Memorial researchers have successfully secured more than $8 million in federal funding.
Memorial is among the first universities in Canada to create and adopt a formal research agreement that recognizes Indigenous data sovereignty.
Two researchers based in the Faculty of Medicine are benefitting from a $1-million federal investment.
Drs. Michelle Ploughman and Craig Moore have been renewed as Tier 2 Canada Research Chairs (CRC), one of this country’s highest honours for research excellence. Tier 2 Chairs are five-year awards for $100,000 each year.
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