During his recent visit to India, Canada’s Natural Resources Minister, Joe Oliver met with some of the brightest minds the Indian Institute of Technology-Bombay has to offer at an event meant to foster future opportunities for collaboration between India and Canada.
After having come to Canada for a summer English language camp in 2010, Barbara Paes of Universidade de Brasília was always looking for opportunities to return to Canada. So when her friend told her about the Mitacs Globalink program one week before the application deadline, she hurried to apply before it was too late.
Having completed engineering projects to assist in remote monitoring of the Paraiba do Sul River as well as testing equipment for an Unmanned Aerial Vehicle, Leonam set his sights on Canada for his next research adventure.
Aarya Vaikakkara Chithran chose to accept an internship with the Mitacs Globalink program because of the chance to take part in cancer research at the University of British Columbia under Dr. Christian Naus in the Department of Cell and Physiological Sciences.