Camosun announces plans to create “Miracle” composite lab

January 7, 2021
Camosun College is creating a $2.4M high-end composite lab called “Miracle” (materials, integration, research, and creativity) through the Camosun Innovates program. Camosun will renovate an empty space on its Interurban campus to create a 3,600-square-foot lab as a full-time location for composite work. At least 15 students per year will be able to work within the space. “There isn’t a lot of teaching space available for composites, so this is a real step forward for us,” said Richard Gale, director of Camosun Innovates. “It’s going to give Camosun College and Camosun students a real leg up on the newest work being done in manufacturing on the Island and beyond.” Times Colonist (BC)