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Research collaborations meet new energy approaches
Jennifer Huynh chose to pursue her master’s in molecular science at Ryerson because she gets to connect with recognized leaders in science. Her current research in Dr. Bryan Koivisto’s lab allows her to work alongside him to develop next-generation solar technologies that mimic photosynthesis. They’re working on transparent solar panels that can take the place of windows, gathering energy to power buildings.
Despite the fact Jennifer’s professors are renowned experts, she finds them incredibly approachable. And, she gets to study in downtown Toronto, where the opportunities for more collaborations are endless.
At Ryerson, you’re part of a close-knit environment where everyone knows each other by name. The connections you make here open up an exciting array of challenges and opportunities for your present, as well as your future.
Located in Toronto’s downtown core, Ryerson University offers full-time and part-time undergraduate and graduate programs, innovative learning opportunities, and a diverse and welcoming campus community.