Canada Makes is pleased to announce Humber College Institute of Advanced Learning as its newest academic partner. Humber has chosen to establish this strategic partnership with Canada Makes because of the benefit in gaining exposure to its nation-wide network focused on additive manufacturing (AM).
Canada Makes brings together leading manufacturers, designers, engineers and stakeholders interested in promoting the adoption and awareness of additive manufacturing.
Humber College’s membership allows Canada Makes to keep one of its founding partners, Farzad Rayegani, the new Dean at the Humber School of Applied Technology. Farzad is an important member of Canada Makes’ Additive Manufacturing Advisory Board (AMAB) and continues to be a leading proponent both nationally and globally in the delivery of 3D challenge competitions.
Humber has substantially enhanced its manufacturing technologies capabilities by adding facilities such as its Maker Space lab and the Centre for Entrepreneurship.