Pipeline safety is a priority for the entire oil and gas industry. Recent advancements in technology have significantly improved certain aspects of both leak detection and prevention.
A new partnership involving Canada’s largest oil sands producers is supporting research to “innovate the innovation process” – a move aimed at reducing the environmental impacts of the sector while improving long-term competitiveness.
Alberta physicians will soon be evaluating new laboratory tests for improving the diagnosis and treatment of sepsis, a potentially fatal infection that develops in the bloodstream and major organs.
InnoTech Alberta's Vegreville research centre is on the cutting edge of a booming Canadian hemp industry one scientist predicts will be worth $1 billion annually within a few years.
An Edmonton biofuel company is a big step closer to commercializing its process for production of renewable, drop-in transportation fuels.
The Alberta government is taking action on whirling disease by opening Canada’s first laboratory exclusively dedicated to testing for and preventing the disease.
Thousands of middle-aged Canadians thought to have normal levels of body fat may be carrying extra weight in areas that significantly increase their risk of serious health problems and even death
The Alberta-Zhejiang Global Partnership Program hosted a tour, a networking session and presentations for companies and government delegates from Alberta and Zhejiang, China in Edmonton on May 17. The event was held to explore potential cross-connections in the areas...
Calgary-based Vivametrica is one step closer to commercialization after winning the second annual TENET i2c competition and claiming the $100,000 grand prize that goes with it.
Demonstrating the strength of collaboration, Alberta Innovates has teamed up with Natural Resources (NRCan) and industry partners to take three clean oil and gas technologies to commercial demonstration.