Applied research projects are effective ways to solve practical problems; create new products, processes and services; and conduct social research. The Office of Applied Research supports economic prosperity in Prince Edward Island by actively seeking collaborations for Holland ¼â½ÐÊÓÆµ programs with industry and community groups.
Holland ¼â½ÐÊÓÆµ faculty and students participate in applied research projects in the areas of applied sciences, engineering technology, information technology, food product development, industrial trades and technology, public safety, visual arts, health and social sciences, or even performing arts.
An innovation hub specifically designed to deliver project-based experiential learning for project management and data analytics students while providing space, equipment, and expertise to businesses from across the region.
Wallace McCain Early Childhood Lab
This fully integrated early years center provides a true demonstration model for best practice in an exemplary setting.
Canadian Center for Public Safety Excellence
A one of a kind training center that combines skill-based competencies, sound curriculum and state-of-the-art infrastructure.
Holland ¼â½ÐÊÓÆµ Research Data Management Strategy
In adhering to the Tri-Agency Research Data Management Policy, Holland ¼â½ÐÊÓÆµ has established a Research Data Management Strategy to support all stakeholders in sound data management planning and practices. This guiding document will evolve as best practices are learned and shared.
CANADIAN INTELLECTUAL PROPERTY OFFICE
CIPO provides information pertaining to trademarks, patents, copyright, industrial designs and integrated circuit topographies.
COLLEGES AND INSTITUTES CANADA
¼â½ÐÊÓÆµs and institutes across the country play a lead role in strengthening Canada’s capacity to innovate by undertaking applied research that leverages their strong industry and community connections. Find out more here:
Shawn A. MacDougall, M.Sc. Director of Applied Research