Dr. Limoges’ work focuses on the interplay between climate, sea ice, ocean circulation and primary production.
Both Dr. Sarah Gander and Sarah Campbell are aiming to better the care of families and children through the New Brunswick Social Pediatrics Research Program.
This is the second half of the interview with Professor Kelly Miles who has a focus in forensic taphonomy- the study of human decomposition, and using stable isotopes to assess post-mortem interval (PMI).
Professor Kelly Miles speaks about forensic taphonomy- the study of human decomposition and using stable isotopes to assess post-mortem interval (PMI).
Adam Dyker is a professor at the University of New Brunswick and his current research is focused on the development of organic rechargeable batteries.
Dan Blustein is a postdoctoral fellow at the Institute of Biomedical Engineering who combines neuroscience, mathematics and engineering to investigate how humans plan and make movements.
This past Saturday we had Professor Ben Newling on the program. Professor Newling teaches at the University of New Brunswick and his research focuses on using MRI to analyse fluids and other substances.
This past Saturday we had Alex Bond on the program. He is the Senior Curator in Charge of Birds at The Natural History Museum in the UK.
Professor Valerie Reeves came on the program to speak about the importance of learning science in universities, the challenges of teaching science and her advice for students.