The Manitoba IPM is an alliance between the college and:
The primary objective of the alliance is to more effectively manage intellectual property mobilization through collaboration.
TRLabs is a not-for-profit information and communications technology research consortium. It is recognized internationally as the leading model for collaborations between industry, universities, and government.
WestLink Innovation Network Ltd. is a not-for-profit, member-based organization working to address the innovation gap within Canada and beyond. WestLink works to connect its publicly funded research and educational organization members as well as affiliate members with industry experts through a range of programs and services.
RRC has agreements with UM outside of the Manitoba IPM.
RRC has agreements with UW outside of WestCan and the Manitoba IPM.
The Government of Canada’s Indirect Costs Program provides funding to postsecondary institutions for the indirect costs of conducting research. These hidden costs – which range from staff training to operating lighting - often go unnoticed, but are essential to the success of a project. The annual grant helps ensure that Canadian colleges and universities have access to the best equipment and support for federally funded research. Red River College’s office for Applied Research & Commercialization uses Indirect Costs Program funding to assist with: