Cricket protein bars and water harvested from the air are some of the innovations that were showcased during the Governor General’s visit to Simon Fraser University’s VentureLabs® on June 1.
His Excellency the Right Honourable David Johnston participated in a roundtable discussion with 25 early stage and experienced entrepreneurs and social innovators in technology, health, sports and food security.
Three students from Simon Fraser University’s School of Interactive Arts and Technology are graduating straight into plum jobs at the top of the social media ladder—one at Google in New York City and two others at Facebook.
To say that Lucia Pecnikova has an insatiable thirst for knowledge is an understatement. Pecnikova, an academic advisor with SFU Student Services, is graduating with an SFU BA this month after completing 163 course credits instead of the required 120.
On Friday, April 28, 2017, members of the business and innovation communities from both British Columbia and China alike gathered at the Wosk Centre for Dialogue. The UN-style conference structure of the Asia Pacific Hall emphasized the global network formed by those present, as part of the first Canada China Open Innovation Forum. Organized by SFU Innovates in partnership with VentureLabs
The NHL playoffs are in full swing and as the players focus on the Stanley Cup, SFU Beedie student Cole Gawenda is already looking ahead to next season, and how statistics on American Hockey League (AHL) players might impact the better-known NHL—including its first NHL client team, the Washington Capitals.
The Capitals are one of eight teams currently in this season's second round of playoffs.