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Category: Research at Trent University

Collaborative Research Project using state-of-the-art Mass Spectrometry leads to Sustainable Agriculture Breakthrough

NutriAg Launches M-BOS™ Biological Plant Supplement in Canada Demonstrating the power of collaboration between researchers, academics, and the business sector, a new range of biological nutrient solutions for the agricultural sector has hit the Canadian market. The collaboration between the NutriAg Group and the…

Testing the Waters (and almost everything else too): Trent’s Water Quality Centre gets a new director

Trent University’s Water Quality Centre (WQC), renowned as Canada’s most comprehensive mass spectrometry facility, will continue to blow its competitors out of the water with increased offerings and the leadership of its newly appointed director, Dr. Paul Szpak, Canada research chair in Environmental Archaeology…

The Office of Research & Innovation at Trent University

The Office of Research & Innovation at Trent University works with local, regional, national and international members of the research community to promote and steward: Excellence in research (peer-reviewed, high caliber, with national and international recognition). A diversity of research (across a full range of…

Research at Trent University

Despite being a smaller university, Trent University consistently produces high-quality research. (Click here to view Trent’s latest “Research News”.) This ambition is frequently validated by external assessments and reviews, such as Macleans, Re$earch Infosource Inc. and Higher Education Strategy Associates(HESA). In their most recent…