Innovators: Academic Unit

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MUN COLLABORATES WITH TOP CHINESE ENGINEERING SCHOOLS

by wade on March 1, 2015

(St. John's, NL; 6 Feb. 2015) Over the past few years, Memorial’s Faculty of Engineering and Applied Science has partnered with several prestigious universities, including two of China’s most prestigious petroleum universities – China University of Petroleum-Beijing (CUPB) and China University of Petroleum East China (UPC).   Read more.

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MEMORIAL ENGINEERING STUDENTS DOMINATE AEC

by wade on March 1, 2015

(Halifax NS; 16 Feb. 2015) Memorial engineering students dominated the 31st annual Atlantic Engineering Competition (AEC)  with three first-place wins, a second-place win and four third-place wins. The event weas held at Dalhousie University, Jan. 16-18. Read more.

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NEW $6.8-MILLION R&D CENTRE OPEN FOR BUSINESS IN ST. JOHN'S

by Admin on December 8, 2014

(St. John's, NL: 5  Dec. 2014) Construction of a new offshore research and development centre at Memorial University is complete, paving the way for increased collaborative research focused on solving technical challenges facing Newfoundland and Labrador industries.    Read more.

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MUN's 2014 RESEARCH REPORT CELEBRATES COMMUNITY

by Admin on December 4, 2014

Memorial University has launched its 2014 research report, which features the extraordinary and impactful work of Memorial students and researchers.The report’s theme, We Are Research, is prevalent in each of the stories as a celebration of and testament to the impact that research will have on society. It also reflects the collaborative effort and teamwork that is required to make extraordinary research happen.   Read more.

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NEW CHAIR IN MECHANICS OF COOL

by wade on March 31, 2014

(St. John's, NL; 26 Mar. 2014) Dr. Rocky Taylor is the new CARD Chair in Ice Mechanics. The chair is funded by CARD, a centre of excellence for medium- to long-term Arctic research and development. CARD was founded by the Centre for Cold Ocean Resources Engineering (C-CORE) in 2011 with a core funding of $12.5 million over five years from the Hibernia and Terra Nova projects. The new chair will be funded using $500,000 over five years from the CARD program.   Read more.