Register now and join industry, business, and applied research leaders for this Lunch & Learn to explore how federal support can bring your work to the next level.
Get a practical snapshot of the spectrum of federal programming available from exploratory applied research, to pre-commercialization, and support for late-stage procurement and testing.
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Heather Smart, an Applied Research Professional at the Technology Access Centre for Aerospace & Manufacturing (TACAM) based at Red River College, is participating in a panel today at the 17th annual Research Money Conference in Ottawa.
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We are excited to release the list of student applied research projects that will be on display during Applied Research & Innovation Day on April 5, 2018.
Space is filling up fast for the event so register now!
Come see how what Red River College students are doing is working. Read More →
With the April 4 College Applied Research Development Fund (CARD) application deadline fast approaching, we are happy to launch this “Did You Know” series to highlight some of the projects made possible with CARD support.
In collaboration with Red River College Faculty of Nursing and Health Canada, eTV produced Journey North: A Virtual Nursing Experience, which was made with CARD support. Read More →
Are you interested in volunteering for Applied Research & Innovation Day on April 5, 2018? Do you know students or campus community members who would be interested?
To volunteer or ask any questions about the day please email Shelby Joss: email@example.com
The deadline for volunteers is Thursday, March 15. Read More →
The deadline has been extended to March 20, 2018, for our second-annual Applied Research & Innovation Day! Students have a chance to display your research, meet potential employers, and win over $3,000 in cash prizes. Read More →
Join for a presentation from Dr. John Copps, Director of the National Centre for Foreign Animal Disease, to learn more about how high-containment laboratories in Winnipeg help prevent animal disease outbreaks and how their research helps keep us safe. Read More →
Electric Mobility Canada (EMC) is calling on undergraduate engineering teams from Canadian Universities and Colleges to participate in its Seventh Annual Student Competition.
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