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Name: Nova Scotian Institute of Science
Date registered: February 25, 2013

Latest posts

  1. NSIS Annual General Meeting, Dinner, and Public Lecture – 7 May 2018 — March 31, 2018
  2. NSIS Public Lectures: 2017-2018 — January 1, 2018
  3. NSIS Membership — January 1, 2018
  4. NSIS co-hosts a talk by the 2017 recipient of the A.G. Huntsman Medal for Excellence in Marine Sciences — November 17, 2017
  5. NSIS Public Lecture – December 2017 — September 13, 2017

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Public Lecture by the 2016 A. G. Huntsman Award Recipient

The NSIS is pleased to participate in the public lecture by the 2016 A. G. Huntsman Award recipient, Dr. Benjamin Halpern. Dr. Halpern is from the University of California, Santa Barbara. We invite you to attend the event and details are provided below and in the attached flyer. Causes & Consequences of Changes in Global …

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November 2016 Public Lecture

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You are invited to attend the public lecture on November 14, 2016. Please note the new location of this lecture. Time: 7:30pm Location: Agricultural Campus of Dalhousie University, Cox Institute, Room 257, 50 Pictou Road, Truro Speaker: Dr. Stephanie MacQuarrie Department of Chemistry. Cape Breton University Title: Reaping Unsown Rewards from Biochar Imagine a way …

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Public Lectures for 2016-2017

NSIS is pleased to announce its 2016-2017 Public Lecture series. Join us again this year for eight informative talks on scientific research being conducted by experts in Nova Scotia.

Excursion – the Art and Science of Making Beer

NSIS invites you to participate in our planned excursion in October on the subject of “The Art and Science of Making Beer.” Details are contained in the excursion poster. It will take place at the Garrison Brewery in Halifax and will include a lecture by Dr. Gordon McOuat (U. King’s) and a tour of the …

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Public Lecture – 2 May 2016

You are invited to attend the public lecture on May 2, 2016. Time: 7:30pm Location: University Club, Dalhousie University, 6259 Alumni Crescent, Halifax, Nova Scotia Speaker: Aldona Wiacek Department of Environmental Science, Department of Astronomy & Physics, Saint Mary’s University Title: What is in the air we breathe Abstract: Canadians have access to air quality …

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Public Lecture – 4 April 2016

Time: 7:30pm Location: Museum of Natural History, Halifax Speaker: Dr. Brian Todd Geological Survey of Canada – Atlantic Natural Resources Canada, Bedford Institute of Oceanography (BIO) Title: Submarine Glacial Landforms: The Imprint of Ice Sheets on the World’s Continental Margins In the last 20 years, the development of detailed seafloor mapping technology and ice-breaking ships …

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NSIS AGM, Dinner, and Lecture – 2 May 2016

You are invited to attend the Annual General Meeting, Dinner, and Lecture of the Nova Scotian Institute of Science on Monday, May 2, 2016 at the University Club, Dalhousie University, 6259 Alumni Crescent, Halifax, Nova Scotia. Schedule of Events 5:00pm         155th Annual General Meeting of the NSIS 6:00pm         Dinner 7:30pm         Public lecture by Dr. Aldona …

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Public Lecture by Dr. Arthur B. McDonald, Co-recipient of the Nobel Prize in Physics – 14 March 2016

Dalhousie University and the Nova Scotian Institute of Science is pleased to invite you to the public lecture presented by the 2015 co-recipient of the Nobel Prize in Physics, Dr. Arthur B. McDonald. Dr. McDonald, a Dalhousie alumnus twice over, will return to his alma mater and home province to share his ground breaking work …

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NSIS Facebook Page

The Nova Scotian Institute of Science invites you to connect with us by joining our new NSIS Facebook page at: https://www.facebook.com/novascotianinstituteofscience/

Public Lecture – 7 March 2016

Time: 7:30pm Location: Museum of Natural History, Halifax Speaker: Dr. Mark Deptuck Canada-Nova Scotia Offshore Petroleum Board Title: Large Asteroid and the Nova Scotian Continental Shelf About 51 million years ago a large asteroid struck the continental shelf off of south-western Nova Scotia. The impact was catastrophic, leaving a 67 km wide crater and triggering …

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