Innotech Alberta hosts Canada’s first whirling disease lab

Innotech Alberta hosts Canada’s first whirling disease lab

A quick transformation of an InnoTech Alberta facility helped the Government of Alberta set up the country’s first lab to research whirling disease and learn more about its presence in Alberta’s fish populations. The unique facility, previously used for autopsies on...
Where Google goes, others follow

Where Google goes, others follow

Google is coming to Alberta to further its artificial intelligence research. DeepMind, a London-based research division of Google, announced on July 5 that it will open a 10-person lab in Edmonton. The lab, DeepMind’s first outside of the United Kingdom, will operate...
Funding supports entrepreneurs in northwestern Alberta

Funding supports entrepreneurs in northwestern Alberta

The Spark! Business Incubator in Grande Prairie is receiving $400,000 over two years from Alberta Innovates to bolster support for the entrepreneurial community in northwestern Alberta. Part of the Grande Prairie Community Futures Program, Spark! will help...
Internet Evolution Adds Eyes and Ears to Down-hole Drilling

Internet Evolution Adds Eyes and Ears to Down-hole Drilling

Calgary-based Evolution Engineering Inc (EVO™) has a long history of developing and commercializing cutting-edge technology for the oil and gas market. EVO engineers felt more innovation was needed for data transmission during downhole operations, an advancement EVO...
New funding aimed at growing Alberta’s bioeconomy

New funding aimed at growing Alberta’s bioeconomy

Stakeholders from government, academia, and industry recently gathered at Alberta Innovates’ cellulose nanocrystals (CNC) pilot plant for the announcement of $13 million in funding for bioindustrial researchers and companies.      SUCCESS STORIESMEDIA INQUIRIESCONTACT...