A Mitacs Globalink Research Award researcher from U of T wins Mitacs Award for original research on the Bohemian court and monarchy, illuminating the important role of medieval queens and their often overlooked yet significant contributions to politics and culture.
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.
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 Globalink Research Internship leads to graduate studies in Canada for the founder of NuPort Robotics, the country’s first autonomous trucking company that uses eco-friendly, self-driving electric trucks for short-haul drives.
Mireya developed a clever way to attach fibres to a film made from a very large molecule found in many tissues. This allows for better control of the shape of the biomaterial and therefore the growth of cells.
Ouarda, a senior undergraduate student studying data science at Université Pierre et Marie Curie in Paris, France, is working with Dr. Forgeot d’Arc this summer to understand the autistic person’s perspective and provide a numerical assessment of the severity of their condition.
For Professor Martin Ordonez’s team at the UBC Department of Electrical & Computer Engineering who work in power electronics and conversion, one of the ways of being ahead is developing clean energy through research in renewable electric vehicles (EV) and power storage.
Institutions, not-for-profit organizations, and businesses across Ontario are frequently caught off-guard and are at risk of non-compliance with the recent Accessibility for Ontarians with Disabilities Act (AODA); the Act requires improved accessibility in buildings. Without a clear inventory of problem areas, organizations are often unknowingly at risk for penalties.