Daniel Pauly named Scientist of the Year by Radio Canada

Dr. Daniel Pauly, University Killam Professor with the Institute for the Oceans and Fisheries and the Sea Around Us Principal Investigator, has been named Scientist of the Year by Radio Canada’s Les Années-lumière.

Dr. Pauly is being recognized for his lifelong research efforts on the human impacts on global fisheries.

The “Scientist of the Year” award has been granted for the past 30 years to outstanding individuals from a variety of fields that range from genomics to oceanography.

With this distinction, Dr. Pauly joins a stellar list of renowned researchers such as biologist and oceanographer Louis Fortier; biologists Pierre Béland, J.-André Fortin, and Claude Villeneuve; hematologist Guy Sauvageau; and ecologist Joël Bêty, among others.

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