Our Impact in 2016
Students in Courses
*Cumulatively from 2010–2016
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.
With work integrated learning on the rise, students are looking for more opportunities to enhance their post-secondary education. For students Christian Garcia Salguero and Joseph Belcastro, they chose to gain experience by enrolling in the Impact Centre's IMC392...
The Impact Centre at the University of Toronto is pleased to announce a new collaborative research project with ANGLE Biosciences entitled “Optimization of chemiluminescent sensing microstructures.” ANGLE Biosciences Inc, a Toronto based subsidiary of ANGLE plc...