Ontario start-up builds and commercializes tools based on classical quantum information theory to ensure the highest level of security and communication over public and private networks, paving the way for the future quantum Internet
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.
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.
When a radio repeater fails, police and fire fighters can’t communicate. Factories stop. To reduce outages, a multidisciplinary research team combines Industrial Internet of Things, data science, and artificial intelligence.
With one in four recent Canadian STEM graduates leaving the country, citing better job opportunities abroad*, talent migration affects us all. A shortage of talent in the fields of science, technology, engineering, and math constrains Canada’s potential for economic diversity, development, and innovation.
Dr. Christina Gonzalez can detect explosives with a single piece of paper. But, until recently, Christina’s idea had been largely relegated to the pages of her PhD thesis and she’d since moved on to start teaching.