Nüvü Camēras wishes to share its passion for discovery and innovation and contribute to our society of knowledge. The technologically rich environment in which we live and study is an excellent opportunity to encourage others to become sources of innovation themselves. As such, Nüvü Camēras participates in a wide variety of programs to support education along the path of next generation progress.
- Conference on the ultimate limits of imaging with collegial students at CÉGEP du Vieux-Montréal.
- Various interactive conferences on highly technological cameras with high schools students across Montreal.
- President of Honor, Olivier Daigle, at the annual Limoilou College gala awards for his scientific inspiration.
- Interactive scientific activities on medical and astronomical imaging with high school students supported by the SEUR Project (Sensibilisation aux Études Universitaires et à la Recherche), in which the project’s mission is to promote the discovery of new career paths issued from university-level education.
- Presentation on high technology biomedical imaging to high school students at the BioTalent Challenges Aventis event. This annual competition is designed to increase the awareness of students, general public and teachers regarding the growth of biomedical sciences.
- Industrial relations with university students at École Polytechnique de Montréal from the Engineering Physics and Biomedical Engineering departments to inspire the next generation of creative youth to new technological careers.
- General public educational television shows and reports on the new imaging technology conceived by Nüvü Camēras across various networks and programs including Canal Savoir, Découvertes, Montreal Premiere, LaPresse and Radio-Canada.
- Presentation at the 2012 Eureka! Festival highlighting how modern low light digital imaging can capture the smallest quantities of light as well as the implications of this technology in both astronomy and biomedical research.
- Conference highlighting Nüvü Camēras innovative thermoelectric low light imaging technology at the 2013 edition of University of Montreal’s Physics Students’ Annual Research Event (JARÉPUM).