A Vancouver innovator is working to improve air quality worldwide by giving farmers an environmentally friendly alternative to open-air burning and foresters a better way to manage flammable forest residue.
#MitacsImpact: Selkirk College students work with nine community partners to address local challenges in areas from conservation to culture and, ultimately, advance social and economic wellbeing in its rural region.
#MitacsImpact: Since 2017, BC-based Hydra Energy works with Mitacs-funded interns from the University of British Columbia and Simon Fraser University to develop technology that reduces the carbon footprint of trucking companies.
Postdoctoral researcher works to fundamentally change the treatment of aggressive prostate tumours by focusing on suppressing lactic acid, a by-product generated by cancer cells, which has up until now largely been ignored
Throughout Canada, stark disparities exist when it comes to accessing mental health services and resources, especially within Indigenous communities. To close the gap, we must examine these issues through a decidedly placed Indigenous lens.
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.