Atlantic First Nations Water Authority and Dalhousie University researchers are using ‘two eyed seeing’ — an approach that combines Indigenous knowledge and western science to ensure safe drinking water and clean wastewater for Indigenous communities
#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.
Henry Huang, a master’s student in Biomedical Engineering at the University of Toronto, contributes to the development of groundbreaking computer vision technology for accurate and non-invasive monitoring of maternal sleep position
Nathalie Gingras-Royer, a recent UdeM master’s graduate in vision science, took part in an internship to help identify needs and barriers experienced by people with visual impairment by focusing on mobile apps, particularly for everyday situations
When a routine survey showed an increase in dangerous behaviours at home during the pandemic, Kingston researcher Maude Champagne decided to act. Her response is bringing three new innovations to the caregiver community
Breakthrough platform supports social interaction of people with disabilities by matching them to outdoor enthusiasts who are interested in accompanying them on activities, such as paddle boarding, hiking, or adaptive skiing
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.
Given the close physical similarity between orangutans and humans as great ape species, an AI model developed by EAIGLE has been adapted for use at the Toronto Zoo and is quickly becoming the ‘gold standard’ when it comes to monitoring animal welfare