U of G ranks second among Canadian research universities
U of G also earned second spot in the amount of research income it attracts from the private sector, attracting more than $113.5 million from industry partners.
U of G’s dedication to research intensity is forged through long-lasting partnerships with government and industry that result in global impact for U of G’s researchers as well as engaged, broad-based learning for students.
The Ontario Agri-Food Innovation Alliance is among U of G’s most longstanding research partnerships, which brings together the Government of Ontario, the Agricultural Research Institute of Ontario and U of G to discover and develop agri-food solutions with global impact.
“By leveraging U of G’s global leadership in agricultural, food and veterinary sciences, these partnerships deliver world-class research and top training to help the next generation of research leaders be future ready,” said Dr. Shayan Sharif, interim associate vice-president research (agri-food partnership).
Thanks to the success of U of G researchers in funding competitions outside of the Alliance, U of G leverages OMAFRA’s investment to deliver more world-class agri-food and rural research for Ontario.
The full results appear in the December issue of Canada’s Innovation Leaders (CIL) 2023.
Read the full story on the U of G news site: U of G Ranked One of Top Research Universities in Canada