Archaeologist Aaron Taylor converses with a student as they review artifacts gathered in a field study course.

The dry summer shrank a lake in Nova Scotia's Annapolis Valley, revealing ancient Mi'kmaw artifacts and starting a conversation about how to best preserve such finds.

Aaron Taylor, an archeologist, has seen both recent finds — a point likely prepared for a spear and an arrowhead. "They're works of art," he told CBC News in a phone interview.

Acadia student and faculty researchers are exploring tidal energy solutions.

Drs. Anne-Sophie Champod and Daniel Lametti stand in front of the steps of Horton Hall after the announcement of their new research centre funding.

The Canadian Foundation for Innovation (CFI) has just announced that Acadia Psychology Professors, Dr. Anne-Sophie Champod and Dr. Daniel Lametti, have been awarded $371,012 through the John R. Evans Leaders Fund (JELF) toward a $927,533 project to construct and equip the Acadia University Centre for Neuroscience and Cognitive Health.




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