Environmental and scientific sites based in Halifax.

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Aquatron Laboratories
Gives scientists experimental options such as holding large sea animals or large populations and manipulation of their environment. A detailed description of the facility and its staff.
Burke-Gaffney Observatory
A 41cm Cassegrain reflecting telescope used for teaching, public tours, and research projects including a search for extra-galactic supernovae. Site has astronomical tables and charts and information on tours.
Dalhousie Medical School, Halifax
Research in the neurosciences, cardiovascular, infectious disease, cancer cell biology, transplantation immunology, molecular genetics and population health.
The Discovery Centre
A non-profit organization fostering interest in science and technology. Features "what's new", a virtual science tour and "ask a scientist".
Ecology Action Centre
Environmental activists. Includes brief information about resources available, registration form, contact details, and links to committee web pages.
Halifax Field Naturalists
Works to encourage a greater appreciation of the province's natural history. Information on field trips and meetings, a quarterly newsletter and links to other naturalist groups.
Halifax Planetarium
Provides a history and description of the facility, located in Dalhousie's physics building.
Halifax Wildlife Association
Anglers, hunters and other supporters for sustainable wildlife and habitat. Describes history, news, objectives, sponsors, events and membership.
Medical Computing and Media Services
Provides media, audiovisuals, and computer imaging technology to the Medical School community. Computing, imaging, graphics, instructional support, multi-media, video conferencing and web design.
The Royal Astronomical Society of Canada, Halifax Centre
Meetings, schedule of events, downloadable brochure, bi-monthly newsletter, and membership information.
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