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INQ and Sentinel North announce five new joint research projects

Institut nordique du Québec and Sentinel North announce funding for five additional projects under its Building a Sustainable North Partnership Research Program.

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No Covid-19 in snow geese

A study conducted by researchers from three Sentinel North Research Chairs concludes that snow geese migrating to northern regions are not carriers of the COVID-19 and that hunting and eating these birds is safe.

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Activity Report 2018-2019

On the brink of the program's Phase II, Sentinel North highlights the results and accomplishments of its community, which have helped injecting a new dynamic into the way research is being conducted at Université Laval.

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Shedding Light on the North

Funded by the Canada First Research Excellence Fund, the Sentinel North Strategy allows Université Laval to draw on over a half-century of northern and optics/photonics research to develop innovative new technology, train the next generation of transdisciplinary researchers and improve our understanding of the northern environment and its impact on human beings and their health.

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  • A Perspective article by Marcel Babin in Science

    The prestigious Science journal invited Sentinel North's scientific co-director Marcel Babin to contextualize the research of colleagues (Lewis et al.) on the complex interactions between climate c... read more

  • Results of the Second Call for the Sustainable North Partnership Research Program

    Institut nordique du Québec (INQ) and Sentinel North (SN) announce funding for five additional projects under its Building a Sustain... read more

  • No COVID-19 in snow geese, concludes Université Laval study

    A study conducted by Université Laval researchers from three Sentinel North Research Chairs concludes that snow geese are not carriers of the virus responsible for COVID-19 and that hunting and eat... read more

An unprecedented transdisciplinary strategy

Sentinel North is made possible, in part, thanks to funding from Canada First Research Excellence Fund.