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Doubly Effective

Research partnership improves the healthfulness of feed, animals and cheese

Accelerator Guelph company Neophyto Foods Leverages Guelph Entrepreneurship Ecosystem to Rhyze and Shine!

Jane Ong, co-founder of Neophyto Foods, won the $25,000 grand prize at the 2020 Rhyze and Shine! Pitch Competition on October 21, 2020. The event was the culmination of the first cohort of the Rhyze Ventures program that helped female entrepreneurs to optimize their business and leadership skills through classes, business projects, mentorship, and pitch training. Nine entrepreneurs in the Rhyze cohort, including Ms.

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Behind the Office Door: Emily Gordon

In this blog series, we introduce you to our team members and the work they do to help University of Guelph researchers to maximize the real-world impact of their work.  

Introducing Emily Gordon, Mitacs Business Development Specialist – University of Guelph.

Q: First of all, Emily, welcome back to the University of Guelph. As a two-time U of G grad you already have deep connections within the community; what are you most looking forward to about reconnecting?  

Science Never Stops! Accelerator Guelph moves Online

On September 16th,  the third Accelerator Guelph cohort of academic entrepreneurs started an optimized incubation program that will commercialize research despite the physical distancing constraints of COVID19.

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Ruling the Roost: Meet five businesses who hatched out of New Venture Creation incubation programs

In 2017, the University of Guelph made a commitment to support academic entrepreneurship and formed a New Venture Creation team. Housed within the Research Innovation Office, these specialists support researchers who see commercial potential in their research. Offering incubation, mentorship and market research support, this group has helped researcher led teams to validate the market viability of their inventions and to create start-up companies to take innovative research-based products and services to market.

Getting Started with Knowledge Mobilization

A lot of time and effort has gone into your research, but estimates suggest that only half of academic papers will only be read by yourself and your editors. Not the reach you were hoping to have? Wanting to see your research used to make a difference in the world? You need a knowledge mobilization (KMb) plan.

Sure, great, so…. what exactly is knowledge mobilization?

Join Our Concept Review Group

Have your say! The Research Innovation Office’s New Venture Creation team needs faculty insights to help us create the services and programs U of G researchers need to have more impact!  

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