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Speaking of Engineering Public Lecture: How safe is your drinking water?

The Faculty of Engineering and Applied Science will host a public lecture on how the Government of Newfoundland and Labrador is ensuring that the residents of this province have safe and clean drinking water.

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Memorial engineering students recipients of the Peter Kohler Scholarship for the second year in a row

Peter Kohler Scholarship recipients Skyler Loveless and Toni Jerrett

For the second year in a row, two undergraduate engineering students from Memorial are the recipients of the Peter Kohler Scholarship.

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Diving into the mysteries of Smith Sound

Potential shipwreck (circled) using side scan sonar.

The deep waters of Smith Sound, Trinity Bay, hold many mysteries. Why did Smith Sound have a strong and vibrant cod stock during the moratorium? What happened to vessels that sank in the 1890s during an ice storm? Are there really internal standing waves, or seiches, in the waters and what drives them? These are questions surrounding one of the longest fjords along the coast of the island, questions that no one has been able to answer. A team of researchers from Memorial’s Marine Environmental Research Laboratory for Intelligent Vehicles (MERLIN) is searching for the answers in hopes of uncovering the mysteries of Smith Sound.

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Benchmarks is the Faculty of Engineering and Applied Science's annual corporate newsletter. You can view the latest issue by clicking here.

Benchmarks: Winter 2013








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