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UNB professor develops pioneering population genomics book series

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Posted: March 4, 2021 1:00:00 PM AST

Category: myUNB, UNB Fredericton



A professor and researcher at the University of New Brunswick has developed and is in the process of publishing a pioneering series of books encompassing the world of population genomics. The book series is being published by Springer Nature, and since January 2019 the books and individual chapters have been downloaded thousands of times. Dr. Om Rajora is the editor-in-chief of Population...

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Members of the UNB community recognized for their work during the pandemic

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Posted: March 3, 2021 1:00:00 PM AST

Category: myUNB, UNB Fredericton, UNB Saint John



Eight UNBers have been honoured as part of the province’s “Stepping up for my New Brunswick” program. Nominated by members of the community, the initiative named 89 individuals who stepped up during COVID-19 and contributed to the province’s economic or social recovery efforts. Among those recognized were several UNB staff, faculty members, students and...

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UNB students to attend Daughters of the Vote conference

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Posted: March 2, 2021 1:00:00 PM AST

Category: UNB Fredericton, myUNB, UNB Saint John



Students from the University of New Brunswick are invited to attend the Daughters of the Vote summit, taking place virtually from March 5-8, 2021. Equal Voice established the Daughters of the Vote summit to celebrate the 100th anniversary of select women attaining the right to vote in Canada. Taking place in the same month as International Women’s Day, the program aims to expose young...

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UNB engineering students simulate plan for solar energy implementation using a Smart Grid Digital Twin

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Posted: March 1, 2021 2:00:00 PM AST

Category: myUNB, UNB Fredericton



Four University of New Brunswick electrical engineering students are working on the viability of implementing more solar energy in Canada using a Smart Grid Digital Twin. This project will be a major step towards creating more large-scale renewable energy options in the province and reducing the country’s carbon footprint. Students Josh Power, Liam Hogan, Braden Haley and Alex Everett,...

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