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IC-IMPACTS Newsletter - Mar 2016
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IC-IMPACTS Successfully Hosts
Third Annual Research Conference


On March 10-11, 2016, IC-IMPACTS held its third annual research conference to great success. The two day event held in Vancouver was organized into multiple sessions featuring speakers from government, industry, academia, and community sectors. This year, the conference aimed to increase community impacts through partnerships and shared strategies on innovation and commercialization.

The Conference highlighted various opportunities for advanced research, new partnerships, and community impact in both Canada and India. The diverse group of speakers and attendees created a very engaging environment and insightful environment.
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  EVENTS

IC-IMPACTS Students Learn How to Effectively Engage a Community


Canadian students on IC-IMPACTS projects participated in a community engagement workshop in Vancouver to learn key skills in multi-stakeholder consultation. Students were split into three teams each tasked with engaging a community with a specific water, infrastructure, or public health challenge. Overall the workshop was a great success with students coming away with skills in networking, teamwork, and applying research in the field.
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  RESEARCH CALL FOR PROPOSALS

Reminder: Deadline Approaching for Call for Proposals


IC-IMPACTS has three open calls for proposals in various areas of research currently open for researchers to apply to. Two call for proposals will be closing this week.

If you have a project in the areas of portable diagnostics, green building technologies, or are ready to demonstrate or test your technology in the field, visit the Call for Proposals now!
 
 

Successful Workshop Shares First Nation Community Challenges & Opportunities


On March 8, 2016, IC-IMPACTS invited First Nations community members, government officials, industry experts, and leading researchers to come together and participate in a workshop on pressing water and infrastructure issues in First Nation communities. he result was an invigorating workshop leading to new opportunities, innovative solutions, and a shared, deeper understanding of First Nation community needs. 
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