For 23 years, Project SOY (Soybean Opportunities for Youth) served as an annual contest for U of G students to harness Ontario’s largest cash crop for the creation of new, soy-based products. In 2020, Project SOY grew to become Project SOY Plus, in which students could use any biomaterials they chose to develop new products. SOY now stands for Sustainable Opportunities for Youth. Previous creations from this contest include sustainable packaging, lubricants, foods and cosmetics.
Studies by Undergraduate Researchers at Guelph (SURG) is a refereed, multi-disciplinary electronic journal that publishes research articles by University of Guelph undergraduate students. Developed through co-operation of the University's Office of Research and the McLaughlin Library, SURG is an open-access journal, available for free to everyone with access to the Internet.