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The Catalyst Centre: Created at Guelph

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Title: The Catalyst Centre: Created at Guelph
Author: De Brabandere, Steve; Bowley, Stephen; Hobson, David; Zemlak, Tyler
Abstract: The Catalyst Centre helps transform the University of Guelph’s research into innovations that make an impact on society. We work with faculty, staff and students to protect their intellectual property and maximize its potential economic, social and environmental benefits. These innovations help create jobs, protect the environment, and improve quality of life in Guelph-Wellington, Canada and the world. At this year’s “What We Know” event we are showcasing 3 innovative products and services that were made possible by University of Guelph researchers, including: 1) the world’s first certified 100% compostable single serve coffee pod, 2) an award winning variety of asparagus that thrives in Canadian climates, and 3) a tool that helps farmers naturally boost the immune systems of their cattle.
Description: Poster was part of 'What We Know' display, held on March 1, 2017 at the Quebec Street Mall in Downtown Guelph. At 'What We Know,' the Community Engaged Scholarship Institute brought together 50 posters featuring diverse research on Guelph and Wellington from community organizations, municipal staff, faculty and students. Topics included feral cats, farmland loss, food waste, the wellbeing of children and more - all specific to Guelph and Wellington.
URI: http://hdl.handle.net/10214/10392
Date: 2017-05-05


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