Using metrology expertise to practise ‘tolerance’

According to the Theory of Inventive Problem Solving – the Russian translation from the acronym TRIZ – a systematic process of creativity forms the foundation for innovative design engineering or product development. These inventive principles draw on adaptive lateral thinking solutions, with re-usable methodology across industries. In revealing patterns of technical evolution, the theory is …Continue reading »

Mechanical engineering grad never stops learning

Mike Granton is a 2017 graduate of Niagara College’s Mechanical Engineering Technologist program. He did his co-op with the Research & Innovation division’s Walker Advanced Manufacturing Innovation Centre as a research assistant and was then hired as research associate after graduating. He also graduated from NC’s Computer Engineering Technology/Technician program in 2003. Mike is employed …Continue reading »

POSITION AVAILABLE: Project Manager – Greenhouse Technology Network

Project Manager – Greenhouse Technology Network Applications are invited for the position of Project Manager – Greenhouse Technology Network in the Research & Innovation division located at our Daniel J Patterson (NOTL) Campus. This is a term certain contract position for 35 hours per week ending December 31, 2023.  The Greenhouse Technology Network (GTN), is …Continue reading »

RFP: Survey on advanced manufacturing

Closing date: Fri. Feb. 14 at 3 p.m. As part of its work to support advanced manufacturers across Southern Ontario, the Southern Ontario Network for Advanced Manufacturing Innovation (SONAMI) is commissioning a study/survey designed to help shape the industry. The Niagara College-led SONAMI, has put a tender out for an Analytic Research Report. It involves …Continue reading »