Small business entrepreneur and postdoctoral fellow at University of Waterloo uses machine learning to develop first-of-its-kind technology that has the potential to fight aquaculture’s problem with harmful algae blooms, which injure fish.
A Mitacs Globalink research intern from Germany works with the University of Waterloo’s Institute for Quantum Computing to investigate how to control quantum systems that have multiple states, and to understand the impact for real-life solutions.
Top student from India and Mitacs Globalink intern, Hina Tomar, is helping a team at Université de Moncton to get to the root of the weed management problem on Canadian farms by designing smart agricultural drones.
Mitacs’s Business Strategy Internship program connected Emily Carr University student and animator Lia Fabre-Dimsdale with the opportunity of a lifetime – to work at Vancouver-based Atomic Cartoons on the show Molly of Denali.
A Mitacs Globalink research intern from Harvard University works with a Queen’s University lab to design an innovative device for rapid screening of pathogens that can cause Lyme disease as Ontario’s deer tick problem grows.
A Mitacs intern and master’s student has helped Moncton-based Picomole harness the power of AI to make a major breakthrough in combining machine learning and breath analysis, which is considered a game changer in healthcare.
With the support of Dalhousie University students, a Nova Scotia-based start-up is developing a first-of-its-kind smart coating for ships. The company has recently won a Mitacs Entrepreneur Award for its innovation.
To address fresh food access barriers faced by Nisga’a Nation members living in Prince Rupert, BC, Ecotrust Canada’s North Coast Innovation Lab (NCIL) and Gitmaxmak’ay Nisga’a Society designed a unique initiative that reflects community needs and values.