TRI Research Day is an opportunity for all members of our research community to come together to present their research to colleagues, decision-makers and the public. Again this year, “Minute Madness” oral presentations will challenge presenters to convey the importance of their work in just one minute. The day will also include short talks, poster presentations and interactive displays. Research Day celebrates student achievement with awards presented for Team Excellence, Best Paper, Best Poster, Best Interactive Display, and Best Minute Madness Presentation (People’s Choice Award).
2016 TechnoVation Award winner is Danny Cen for the Slip Tracker. It is a device created through the RERC on Universal Design in the Built Environment partnership between Ed Steinfeld at UB and Geoff Fernie at Toronto Rehabilitation Institute.
The Center on Knowledge Translation for Technology Transfer, University at Buffalo (SUNY), USA, awards $1,000 to a grad student/post doc to promote the thoughtful consideration and planning necessary to transform student projects into market innovations with beneficial impacts. For details and requirements, please use this link: TRI TechnoVation Competition 2016.pdf