Halifax university's technology to help U.S. find missing soldiers on ex-battlefields

Saint Mary’s University professors Jonathan Fowler (right) and Aaron Taylor (left) work with ground penetrating radar in Grand-Pré, N.S., in December, 2022. A team from Saint Mary’s will work with the U.S. in France this summer in an attempt to find a missing crew member from a Second World War bomber. (THE CANADIAN PRESS/HO-Saint Mary’s University) Saint Mary’s University professors Jonathan Fowler (right) and Aaron Taylor (left) work with ground penetrating radar in Grand-Pré, N.S., in December, 2022. A team from Saint Mary’s will work with the U.S. in France this summer in an attempt to find a missing crew member from a Second World War bomber. (THE CANADIAN PRESS/HO-Saint Mary’s University)

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