Research and Innovation at George Brown College
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George Brown College Research and Innovation collaborates with industry and community partners on a wide range of projects across many sectors and emerging areas. All projects involve students and faculty.
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GBC and CultureLink partnered on this social innovation project to help Canadian newcomers (with advanced degrees) on their journey to belongingness in Canadian workplaces. The goal of this research is to shed light on the actual needs of this sector and contribute to capacity of settlement organiza (...)
This is a qualitative research report that interrogates the extent to which Web 2.0 (interactive and social medial tools) and other digital technologies are being used in the Community Work sector in the GTA. Simultaneously the project examines students' digital capabilities and training. The rese (...)
MLD provides user-friendly applications to manage data and enable smart decision-making. One of MLD’s strategic priorities is the creation of Mozaik.Global, an interactive platform where clients can easily and quickly create digital media for their target audience. (...)
About 2 in 5 Canadians will develop cancer in their lifetime; as people overcome these cancers, they look for ways to improve their general health and wellness, in addition to medical intervention; as such, there’s a growing need for a well–researched cancer nutrition guide. (...)
With a firm emphasis on skills development for members of the farming collective, Urban Crops currently hosts live demonstrations of farming techniques, but would like to migrate their skills development platform to a video format. (...)
Feasibility Study in Automated Real-time IoT Smart Blue Roof Systems for the IC&I Sector for Flood and Drought Resilience and Adaptation
This work will be done in collaboration with Credit Valley Conservation, a community-based environmental organization, dedicated to protecting, restoring and managing the natural resources of the Credit River Watershed. Also providing expertise to the project as a collaborative partner is RainGrid I (...)