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NSERC CREATE programs provide for additional professional skills in targeted areas:

Systems Education in Water Assets Research and Development

The objective of CWRS is to apply the research resources of Dalhousie University in a manner that will address real problems in water resources that exist or are anticipated in Nova Scotia, the Atlantic region and beyond.

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Sustainable Engineering in Remote Areas

NSERC CREATE SERA is a unique training program focusing on sustainable engineering in remote areas that offers a one-of-a-kind experience through training, research and industry internships.

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Next Generation Optical Networks

The NSERC CREATE Next Generation Optical Networks (NGON) training programaims to provide a dramatically enriched postgraduate training experience in the area of next generation optical networks. 

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Distributed Generation for Remote Communities

Over 150 remote Canadian communities currently rely on aging, polluting, diesel generators operating near their maximum capacity and approaching the end of their life expectancy. This reliance threatens the energy security and environmental health of remote communities and curtails future infrastructure and industry growth as a result of insufficient and inefficient energy supply.

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Bone and Joint Health Technologies

The Collaborative Research and Training Experience (CREATE) program is an initiative of the Natural Sciences and Engineering Council of Canada (NSERC). The CREATE program was launched in 2009 and the Human Mobility Research Centre (HMRC) at Queen's University was one of its first twenty grant recipients.

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