Unleash Innovation in Our Cutting-Edge R&D Facilities
Welcome to our state-of-the-art R&D facilities! Our dedicated research and development facilities are designed to foster innovation, collaboration, and breakthrough discoveries. Equipped with cutting-edge technologies and specialized equipment, our facilities provide an ideal environment for conducting advanced research across various disciplines. From fully equipped laboratories to specialized testing areas, our R&D facilities offer researchers and scientists the tools they need to push the boundaries of knowledge and drive transformative advancements. Join us in our pursuit of scientific excellence as we create a dynamic space for groundbreaking research and propel innovation forward.
Explore our Facilities
Centre for Applied Research and Innovation in Biotechnology (CARIB)
Fanshawe College’s Centre for Applied Research and Innovation in Biotechnology (CARIB) labs are the new collaborative hub for industry-led research in food science, innovation and processing.
Product Testing Areas
Using leading-edge technologies and equipment, we’re able to offer prototyping and testing capabilities to help you discover problems early in the design cycle, which help prevent potential field issues.
Fanshawe's Innovation Village encompasses collaborative spaces, advanced labs, maker spaces, research assistance, and modern equipment.
Centre for Connective Building Technologies (CCBT)
Our Centre for Connective Building Technologies can help you explore the latest technologies in IoT and renewable energy applications in buildings.
Packaging Advancement Centre (PAC)
The up-and-coming Packaging Advancement Centre offers the perfect space to develop and test new packaging technologies, whether in the renewable sector or in improving your manufacturing.
Partner with Us
Fanshawe is committed to pushing the boundaries of knowledge and making groundbreaking discoveries that will shape the future. By partnering with us, you gain access to a dynamic ecosystem where collaboration and expertise converge.