Data for 2016
Three years ago, we at the Impact Centre initiated the Narwhal Project to conduct research to discover the root causes of Canada’s challenges in creating a world-leading innovation economy. We thought it would be useful at this juncture to summarize our findings. This report highlights some of the issues we have identified.
In this report we have looked at Canadian undergraduate education in innovation and entrepreneurship in order to determine whether it is targeted at those students who have the greatest potential for starting tech companies.
‘It takes so much more than just a good idea’: Students explore entrepreneurship through Impact Centre course
Experiential learning instructor Alon Eisenstein is helping undergraduate students navigate the entrepreneurship journey.Photo credit: Diana Tyszko. “Entrepreneurship is a journey,” says Alon Eisenstein. “And along the way, entrepreneurs and their startups face...
For two days in late September, 50 students, postdoctoral fellows or recent graduates came together to combine robotics, coding and science education to hack a better world.
We are seeking the next batch of technopreneurs to join our community. Applications due Nov. 14!