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Caps, Corks and Forks: Niagara College students prepare for ultimate wine vs. beer showdown Jan. 25

Wine or beer – which is the preferred beverage to pair with a meal? On January 25, students from Niagara College’s wine and beer programs will continue their battle for supremacy, while guests enjoy an elegant dinner at the College’s sold-out Caps, Corks and Forks event. This will mark the 14th round for Caps Corks Read more »

‘ARMMed’ and dangerless: Niagara company rolls out innovative device for aging population

The aging population has a new made-in-Niagara solution to help regain their freedom of movement, thanks to a new device created by a local company with help from Niagara College’s Research & Innovation division. Niagara Falls-based start-up Bisep Inc. is kicking off the new year by rolling out the full-scale commercialization of a new device Read more »

‘ARMMed’ and dangerless: Niagara company rolls out innovative device for aging population

The aging population has a new made-in-Niagara solution to help regain their freedom of movement, thanks to a new device created by a local company with help from Niagara College’s Research & Innovation division. Niagara Falls-based start-up Bisep Inc. is kicking off the new year by rolling out the full-scale commercialization of a new device Read more »

Just a friendly reminder of the planned ITS System maintenance. PeopleSoft services will be interrupted sometime between 8am and 10am Sunday for a short period. We apologize for any inconvenience this may cause. This maintenance was scheduled outside of standard classroom and office hours to minimize the service disruption. ... See MoreSee Less

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