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Media are invited to SPARK 2017, a clean technology conference co-hosted by Emissions Reduction Alberta (ERA) and Alberta Innovates (AI).
$28.8-million to lower hospital costs, reduce water use in oil industry operations, and address greenhouse gas emissions
The Kaye Edmonton Clinic and the Fort Saskatchewan Community Hospital will be test sites for a project looking to improve the efficiency of large commercial buildings, reducing GHG emissions and energy costs.
INVENTURE$ international advisory group to shape Alberta Innovates’ new flagship innovation experience
On its one-year anniversary, Alberta Innovates’ announced its new innovation experience INVENTURE$ -- to be hosted June 6 to 8, 2018 in Calgary.
$10-million Alberta Entrepreneurship Incubator program, delivered through Alberta Innovates, to help local owners and entrepreneurs create new jobs and build local industries.
East Central Alberta Regional Innovation Network (ECARIN) receives $250,000 over two years from the Alberta Entrepreneurship Incubator Program.
Global manufacturer expands forest products complex to develop bio-based adhesive resins for wood panels with support from Alberta Innovates $500,000 grant.
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.
New Public-Private Partnership Aims to Accelerate Sustainability-Focused Innovation in Canada’s Oil Sands
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.