Mitacs invests $2.19 M in seven universities for water treatment research

17 Sep 2015 6:38 AM | Smart About Salt (Administrator)

Mitacs has announced that it will invest $2.19 M to fund the development of new processes in water treatment to support resource recovery. The project will be undertaken by the London, Ontario-based Trojan Technologies in partnership with researchers from McMaster University, University of Alberta, University of Regina, University of Toronto, University of Waterloo, University of Windsor, and Western University. The project will be supported through 140 Mitacs Accelerate internships over three years. The internships are intended to provide paid opportunities for graduate students and postdoctoral fellows to bring their specialized expertise to business-related research challenges. Mitacs

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