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Several packages of OK Sea Salt on rustic turquoise table with a pile of salt.
Scaling-up production with renewable energy technologies NSCC Applied Energy Research working with artisan salt company to increase production of their product through sustainable practices and technologies.
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Funding for student research in environmental sustainability NSCC’s new Mitacs Accelerate Umbrella program provides funding for 100 projects a year for the next two years, opening this opportunity to many more students.
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NSCC research predicts storm surge flooding and erosion Find out how our team of coastal researchers are helping Atlantic Canadians prepare for flooding from storm surge with an online mapping tool.
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Using data to optimize operations Meet NSCC's new information technology research scientist. Learn more about Trishla Shah and how she supports industry.
A group of men examining two large detailed maps.
Recipients of collaborative R&D funding NSCC has been awarded funding for two Research and Technology Partnership grants. Learn more about the projects this funding will be used for.
Two men in a research lab looking at simulation software on a computer.
Taking production to the next level Applied Research is working with partners to discover new ways for plant production and processes to become more efficient by using custom-designed digital modelling scenarios.
Mi'kmaw artist, Alan Syliboy, stands in front of the Alutasi, a hybrid vessel wrapped in his art.
Innovating with Mi'kmaq partners In just the past two years, NSCC has been involved in almost a dozen research projects with Mi'kmaq communities. Read about these past and upcoming projects.
Two clean batteries set against a blue backdrop to represent clean oceans.
Clean Marine Propulsion Lab Coming soon - this space will be equipped with all the technology most needed to support advancement in clean marine propulsion.
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Getting into the green scene IKEA is Atlantic Canada’s largest producer of solar energy through its rooftop panels. NSCC student, Bahram Farrokkhzad, is helping to ensure IKEA’s solar energy surplus will be used effectively.
Man coming out of ocean
Celebrating 20 years of discovery Learn how the Applied Geomatics Research Group worked to establish a world-leading reputation around coastal mapping.
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