On March 25 from 1-2:30 p.m., go beyond the academic poster to learn all about best practices for designing engaging and visually appealing infographics.
The Alliance provides funding to the University of Guelph’s Ontario Veterinary College through the Veterinary Capacity Program (VCP). The VCP ensures an ongoing supply of rural and agricultural veterinarians who can support farming communities and monitor the health of animals in the food chain, as well as veterinarians with the skills and expertise to serve on the front line of disease surveillance.
Jones-Bitton began working on the program in 2015 with funding from the Ontario Ministry of Agriculture, Food and Rural Affairs and matching funds from a number of agricultural organizations.
Read the article on the University of Guelph News site.
When all is said and done, how do you know it worked? Go beyond the anecdote and learn to use evaluation techniques to assess the impact of your knowledge mobilization efforts. Register for this free workshop via Eventbrite.
Department of Food Science PhD candidate and HQP scholarship recipient Oday Alrifai is studying how microgreens—just-sprouted plants such as radish, mustard and mizuna—have the potential to be grown in limited space using inexpensive LED lights.
How do you share your research with non-academic audiences? Learn about a number of potential mechanisms you can use for knowledge mobilization, discover how to choose a mechanism that’s appropriate for your audience, and take a deep dive into several popular mechanisms for dissemination, including social media, research summaries, infographics, and media. Learn more and register via EventBrite.
Join us for the final webinar of the series as we explore the Ontario Aquaculture Research Centre - Alma (Alma Aquaculture Research Station). Speakers include Prof. David Huyben, Department of Animal Biosciences, and RJ Taylor, co-owner of Cedar Crest Trout Farms.
A collaboration between U of G's Dr. George van der Merwe, professor in the Department of Molecular and Cellular Biology, and Escarpment Laboratories, supplier of liquid yeast cultures for Ontario’s $1.4-billion craft beer industry, has led to new products, processes and technologies that will benefit the Ontario agri-food sector.
The numbers: Thirty-nine sensors send unique, animal-specific data points from the beef and dairy research centres to University of Guelph servers.
Join us for the first Skills for Research Impact Series advanced session!
This workshop will be an introduction to data visualization for non-technical users.
After attending this workshop you will be able to: