Seeing a flexible future

Canadian smart glasses that could change the wearable game In 1983 the first iteration of the mobile phone was released by Motorola in the United States. If you’re old enough, you might remember Tom Selleck as Magnum PI using one, a big beige brick with an antenna. Not something to…

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App lights way out of pandemic darkness

An interdisciplinary team at Niagara College develops smartphone technology for an Ontario manufacturer Walk into the dark hush of Notre-Dame Basilica in Old Montreal. There’s a glow from the dark recesses on the periphery of the central nave—hundreds of candles. Flickering golden flames lit by the faithful. A symbolic gesture…

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The Power of Partnership in Aerospace Innovation

Collaborative industry and academic research is the edge Marsh Brothers Aviation in Burlington has a world-class reputation for polymer engineering. They design and manufacture innovative light-weight non-metallic self-lubricating bushings, bearings, and seals. One polymer, AeroTough®, is already approved by Transport Canada for use in the manufacture of landing gear parts,…

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