Facilities

Humber has a network of cutting-edge labs, equipment and facilities to support research and innovation projects. This research infrastructure is used by partners, faculty and students to conduct applied research and foster innovation.

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Featured Facilities

  • Baking, Pastry and Culinary Labs

    Business-related and Hospitality & Tourism
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    Learn in one of our three new state-of-the-art Bake Labs, our new multifunctional Culinary Lab, the Mandarin and Garland Induction Cooking Lab, the Culinary Demonstration Theatre & Lab, the Butchery and Charcuterie Kitchens, small quantity multi-purpose kitchens, and cold & hot food kitchens of The Humber Room restaurant.

  • Bioscience Lab

    Health Sciences and Wellness
    Human anatomical models in a lab

    Humber's Bioscience lab is equipped with anatomical models, embedded and biological tissue specimen and other aids to enhance students understanding of anatomical relationships and physiological principles – including ‘wet labs’.

  • Biotechnology Lab

    Health Sciences and Wellness
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    Humber’s Biotechnology lab is outfitted with equipment fundamental to this field. It also houses advanced equipment used in many industries arming graduates with skill to operate these instruments.

  • BuildingF

    Media & Creative Arts
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    Specializing in communications, BuildingF brings marketers and agencies together with advanced students from virtually any Humber program to produce strategic creative content and technology solutions.

  • Centre for Urban Ecology

    Humber Arboretum and Centre for Urban Ecology
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    Walk through the bright red door of the Centre for Urban Ecology to discover a model of sustainable design. Completed in 2007, this striking, two-storey glass building is home to the Humber Arboretum’s educational programs and special events.

  • Conflict Resolution Sim Lab

    Social and Community Services
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    The 180-degree conflict resolution simulator is a critical learning tool for students who require the skills needed to deal with people in crisis.

  • Crime Scene Lab

    Social and Community Services
    Mockup of a crime scene; one student takes photo of mannequin victim

    The mock crime scene apartment houses an overhead viewing theatre where students can learn from and apply forensic techniques.

  • Driving Sim Lab

    Social and Community Services
    woman using the drive sim lab

    Police pursuit driving, city, highway, snow and rain – students get exposed to the toughest challenges in a controlled environment in our driving simulation lab.

  • Festo Industry Digital Factory

    Applied Sciences & Technology Facilities
    Row of machines

    The Festo Industry Digital Factory (CP Factory) features advanced technologies to support Industry 4.0. This modular smart factory is a learning system for recording information using intelligent sensors, control using programmable logic controllers, communication based on bus technologies, binary pallet identification, identification via radio-frequency identification (RFID), and a manufacturing execution system (MES) needed for communicating an in-depth knowledge of Industry 4.0.

  • Fire Facilities and Burn Tower

    Health Sciences and Wellness
    Fire truck with fireman around it using fire hose

    To ensure that student firefighters get training under conditions they’ll face in the real world, each year Humber conducts several live burn exercises at a burn tower.

  • Fitness and Exercise Science Labs

    Health Sciences and Wellness
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    Two Exercise Physiology/Fitness Assessment Labs, a dedicated Biomechanics Lab and new changerooms dedicated to students in the program.

  • Focus Group Room

    Business-related and Hospitality & Tourism
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    The Focus Group Room is fully equipped with audio and visual equipment, as well as a control room for viewing the room.

  • Forensic Studio

    Social and Community Services
    man looking in a microscope

    A varied array of tools are made available to students are all state-of-the-art equipment that’s the latest in technology available to the crime solving industry.

  • Gordon Wragg Recording Studios

    Media & Creative Arts
    recording session - mixing desk, 3 students playing guitars and piano

    The Gordon Wragg Recording Studios is a professional, educational recording facility consisting of a state-of-the-art studio, electronic classroom, and individual digital audio workstation rooms. With a host of the best professional recording equipment and expert supervision, the Humber Recording Studio provides students and clients with the highest quality professional environment in which to realize their artistic vision.

  • HD TV Mobile Unit

    Media & Creative Arts
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    The HD TV Mobile Unit is a multi-camera television facility used for remote broadcast television production. The mobile unit contains all the high definition broadcast television equipment found in a television studio, but has the ability to travel to an event to cover it live.

  • Humber Arboretum

    Humber Arboretum and Centre for Urban Ecology
    Gardens with path and ponds

    The botanical gardens and natural areas of the 250 acre Humber Arboretum serve as a public garden, conservation area, and educational centre.

  • Media Production Lab

    Business-related and Hospitality & Tourism
    Room with green screen and lights for media production

    The Media Production Lab is furnished with a variety of production equipment including: a green screen and accompanying hardware and software, recording hardware and software as well as “echo-free” recording space.

  • Product Prototyping Facility

    Applied Sciences & Technology Facilities
    Three men working with a large machine

    The Product Prototyping Facility enables users to bring ideas and concepts to life. Transforming digital 3D CAD files into tangible models creates greater ease in the evaluation of product designs, testing and troubleshooting. Highlights include a DMU 50 and a 5-axis simultaneous CNC Machining Centre with a control system that is Industry 4.0 ready. It addresses skills required for manufacturing, mold-making and tooling processes.

  • SEW-Eurodrive Innovation Lab

    Applied Sciences & Technology Facilities
    equipment in the innovation lab

    This space showcases SEW-EURODRIVE’s latest Industry 4.0 and advanced manufacturing application. This lab uses automated guided vehicles (AGVs) mobile technology for the first time in North America. It includes mobile logistics, assembly assistants and fabricated cells displaying factory automation interaction with mobile technology and humans. It has an advanced manufacturing setting that uses the latest augmented reality (AR) device to assemble products with step-by-step instructions.

  • Sustainable Energy Labs

    Applied Sciences & Technology Facilities
    Model home in the sustainable energy labs.

    Humber's Sustainable Energy Labs include a Building Automation Systems Lab and an Energy Auditing Lab. Features of the labs include workstations for electric circuits, renewable energy and solar PV and wind, as well as an indoor air quality log station.

  • Usability Lab

    Media & Creative Arts
    The lab - a custom 48-foot trailer

    The Usability Lab is a full-fledged "Live Lab" where content creators can capture and assess the interaction between user and design. The lab is a custom 48-foot trailer which is built like a portable broadcast production facility and features five usability testing booths and a large, central collaboration space.

  • Wine Tasting and Mixology Lab

    Business-related and Hospitality & Tourism
    students in a lab doing wine tasting

    Wine tasting and demonstrations take place in a luxurious theatre where students are introduced to wines of the world and the intricacies of food and wine pairing. The lab is equipped with its own wine cellar/cooler, a demonstration induction cooking unit, glassware racks, storage and washing equipment and full audio visual and satellite broadcast capabilities. In the mixology lab, students learn the theory and practical skills of a wide range of beverages and mixology including creating mixed drinks, and understanding beers, spirits and wines.