Dal announces plans for new physical sciences facility

Dalhousie University recently announced the construction of a new state-of-the-art physical sciences facility on its Studley Campus. The Physical Sciences Facility for Green Energy Innovation will include wet labs for researchers that are working in the areas of advanced energy storage, clean energy, and sustainable materials and flexible research spaces for collaboration and equipment sharing. “The new facility will be a hub for the kinds of chemical and materials research that enables advances in climate technology, allowing us to attract graduate students and accelerate solutions for a sustainable future,” said Dal Faculty of Science Dean Dr Charles Macdonald.