TDCC Joins Canadian Org as Co-investigator in a Project Funded by Grand Challenges Canada

TDCC becomes Co-investigator in Grand Challenges Canada Star of Global Health Award for the project “Development of Low Cost Diagnostic and Monitoring Method for Diabetes Prevention”. Further information on the project is available at:

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Grand Challenges Canada is funded by the Government of Canada and is dedicated to supporting Bold Ideas with Big Impact in global health.

Initiates Workshop for Students

TDCC initiates workshops for students and others who are interested to join the industry or start own enterprises. Workshops for the following fields are being held: Mechanical, Electrical, Electronics & Communications, Electronics & Telecommunications, Software, Biotechnology engineering, Social Sciences, Applied Sciences, Management, Business and Entrepreneurship. Please see the ‘Workshop’ section under ‘Employment’.

Shortlisted by US-India Science & Technology Forum

TDCC shortlisted by United States – India Science and Technology Forum for Development of Low Cost Diagnostic Method for Diabetes Prevention. The method under development in collaboration with Prevendia Inc., California is expected to impact an estimated 68 million non-diabetic non-obese undiagnosed insulin resistant population and 40 million obese insulin resistant population in the US; and an estimated 70-100 million population in India, 50% of whom live in rural areas and 30% in urban areas.

Participant in Proposal for Canadian Institute of Health Research

TDCC becomes participant in proposal for Canadian Institute of Health Research (CIHR) Team for the Development, Testing and Knowledge Translation of Innovative Approaches to Optimize Gait and Balance of Older Adults, Sunnybrook Health Sciences Centre, Toronto.