Dr. Christopher Gray’s research on local plants as a potential treatment for drug-resistant strains of tuberculosis was highlighted in the article “Weapons of microscopic destruction” in the latest edition of ACCN. ACCN, the Canadian Chemical News, is Canada’s magazine for the chemical sciences and engineering. It covers the intersection of those fields with society by… Read More »

A $20 million investment over five years to support research and innovation in New Brunswick was announced yesterday on the UNB Saint John campus by Post-Secondary Education, Training and Labour Minister Danny Soucy as part of the government’s $80 million innovation strategy. Of the $20 million, $14 million will be allocated to the foundation’s Research… Read More »

The Society of Environmental Toxicology and Chemistry (SETAC) announced Kelly Munkittrick, University of New Brunswick researcher located in Saint John, as the winner of the 2012 SETAC Global Partners Capacity-Building Award during the SETAC North America 33rd Annual Meeting last month in Long Beach, California. In the past 10 years, Munkittrick has actively contributed to… Read More »

If Adam Dyker’s research is successful, someday the batteries in your cellphone, laptop computer or even your car will be made of materials that are abundant, renewable and much less toxic. The assistant chemistry professor at the University of New Brunswick has just received almost $400,000 in research funding to create a laboratory to develop… Read More »