Violacein effects in mice Rho 264.7 cells

Violacein is a molecule naturally produced in some bacteria such as Chromobacterium violaceum. It has been shown that violacein has promising antibiotic, anti-tumor proliferation, anti-leishmanial and anti-fungal properties. Violacein is commercially available. However, it is very expensive. The objective of this proposed research study is to measure the effects of violacein produced by Escherichia coli on mice Rho 264.7 cells. Over a four month period the intern will use biotechnology techniques to accomplish the objective of this project.

BRIGHTLANE: Creating a Home for a Community of Entrepreneurs

BRIGHTLANE: Launching an Incubator” is a research project that will explore and evaluate different traditional approaches to creating supportive environments for startup business. Co-working spaces have seen enormous growth in recent years and people seek the support and savings associated with a shared workspace. This project will provide foundational research to facilitate the launch of a new co-working environment in downtown Toronto that will have a specific focus on the creative industries.

Structural Health Monitoring of Rebecca Street Bridge

Cole Engineering Group Ltd. is conducting rehabilitation for the Rebecca Street Bridge (William Anderson Bridge) located in the Town of Oakville. The four-lane steel girder bridge with a composite concrete deck was constructed in 1961 over the Sixteen Mile Creek. The bridge also spans over Water Street, parking lots and a rowing club storage facility. Ryerson University, along with a graduate student proposes to engage in the Structural Health Monitoring (SHM) of the Rebecca Street Bridge using the MIRA 3D Shear Wave Tomographer.

Maximizing Efficiencies - Identification of Optimization Based Best Practices for Commercial 3d-printing

The research project seeks to understand, model and analyze the potential efficiency impact of additive manufacturing (AM or 3D-printing) on select manufacturing processes. The research will involve identifying, testing and measuring optimization opportunities in current manufacturing processes by combining current best practices and technologies across various AM technology and services, operational research methods and standard data mining techniques.

Making the extraordinary – ordinary: what is stopping organizations from unlocking the power of “good” in everything they do

This research project study the different approaches organizations have to corporate social responsibility and identify the reasons and challenges that are stopping different types of organizations from integrating the notion of “purpose” in their profit creation mechanisms. So far, the confusion that surrounds social responsibility space as well as the inability to accurately measure outcomes of social responsibility programs have created uncertainty and many barriers that caused success stories to be extraordinary rather than a normal part of business conduct.

Rodrigo Araujo de Medeiros : améliorer la fiabilité des pipelines

Rodrigo est étudiant à l’Université fédérale de Paraiba, au Brésil. Dans le cadre de son stage Globalink, il a pour mission d’élaborer des méthodes capables de prédire de manière efficace et stratégique quelles sections d’un pipeline requerront des opérations d’entretien ou des réparations avant les autres. Une fois au point, ces méthodes contribueront à assurer l’intégrité à long terme de plusieurs pipelines pétroliers et gaziers de partout au Canada, prévenant les dommages environnementaux résultant des déversements.

Repousser plus loin les frontières de la technologie numérique

AWE Company utilise actuellement cette technologie pour ramener des touristes à l’époque du site historique canadien de Fort York, lieu de naissance de la ville de Toronto. Fort York a servi de principal lieu de défense de la ville du milieu des années 1700 jusqu’à la fin des années 1800.

Une étudiante du programme Globalink de Mitacs facilite la croissance dans des communautés torontoises

Mariana mène une initiative de recherche sous la supervision de Leila Farah, Ph. D., au Département de sciences architecturales de l’Université Ryerson.

Un candidat au doctorat de l’Université Ryerson, exploite le soleil d’Izmir pour son projet de recherche

Le processus de dépôt de candidature s’est fait en un tour de main. Après l’approbation de mon projet, mon université d’accueil, Dokuz Eylül University à Izmir, en Turquie, m’a offert une chambre et le petit déjeuner quotidien dans ses résidences universitaires.

La liberté de se réaliser

Cheng est un étudiant de l’Université des sciences et des technologies électroniques de Chengdu, la capitale du panda géant, ce symbole national chinois. Il en est actuellement à sa quatrième année d’études universitaires. Un stage Globalink à l’Université Ryerson de Toronto, estimait‑il avant de venir au Canada, serait un excellent moyen d’élargir ses horizons tout en acquérant de l’expérience dans son domaine dans un autre pays.

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