PHOTO BY LIGIA BRAIDOTTI
Pina Romolo, co-owner of Piccola Cucina (14-360 Keewatin St.), won the silver award at the Great Manitoba Food Fight held at De Luca’s Specialty Foods Store, receiving $7,000 for her hemp macaroons, reports Ligia Braidotti in Canstar Community News.
Piccola Cucina partnered with Red River College’s Culinary Research and Innovation program to produce a macaroon made of hemp seeds.
The partnership and product has received high-praises from industry, government, and media.
Read the full article here.
Learn more about the CRI program here (PDF).
Do you have a project on cleantech to showcase? The 2017 Western Canada CleanTech Innovation Forum is looking for posters on cleantech research and development projects, as well as posters of a general nature on a cleantech topic. Read More →
The Journal of Commerce today published an article about Red River College’s $95-million Innovation Centre project.
“Red River College (RRC) has a lot of experience with urban renewal and incorporating heritage buildings into its expanding downtown campus,” reporter Myron Love begins.
Read the full article here.
NSERC will be holding a series of webinars for applicants and research administrators about the upcoming College and Community Social Innovation Fund competition. The webinars will begin with a presentation followed by a period for participants to ask questions. No registration is required. Read More →
Colleges and Institutes Canada (CICan) last week announced the launch of its Career-Launcher Internship program that connects employers with skilled post-secondary graduates by providing up to $15,000 towards an intern’s salary. Read More →
We are excited to announce that our second-annual Applied Research & Innovation Day is taking place on April 5, 2018, at Red River College’s Notre Dame Campus. Read More →
As researchers and industry representatives converged on Winnipeg for the 2017 Agricultural Bioscience International Conference (ABIC) this week, nearly 250 participants received a small cookbook that highlights how science reaches your dinner table.
The “Hot Elements” cookbook is a tasty fusion between science, health and recipe development, created in partnership between the Culinary Research & Innovation (CRI) team at Red River College, Genome Prairie and the Manitoba Agri-Health Research Network (MAHRN). Read More →
Having a conversation with a machine is no longer a figment of our imagination or science fiction. We are having intelligent conversations with machines every day. AI (Artificial Intelligence) or Machine Learning techniques have made this reality possible. Read More →
A team of Red River College students are designing, building and racing their own battery-powered car in the Shell Eco-Marathon taking place in California in April, 2018. And they need your help to decide the car name!
Click Here to vote for your favourite car name.
Students, faculty and staff have until this Friday, September 29, 2017, to vote. Read More →
Join Colleges and Institutes Canada (CICan) to discover Career-Launcher Internships that offer grads paid internships in clean technologies and natural resources. In this CICan webinar, you will learn how your institution, your grads and your local employers can benefit from these wage subsidy internship programs. Read More →