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Alberta Innovates Launches Agri-Food and Bioindustrial Innovation Program

Alberta Innovates is launching a new program called the Agri-Food and Bioindustrial Innovation Program (ABIP). ABIP’s continuous intake approach will provide researchers and technology developers access to funding for eligible projects all year round, with no deadline to apply.

INVENTURE$ 2022 Wraps another Successful Event

INVENTURE$ 2022 (Inventures) wraps up its third in-person innovation event. With over two thousand people in attendance over three days and as many as 11 thousand watching online, delegates heard from over 300 speakers in 200 sessions. The conference ran from June 1 – 3, 2022.

Alberta Innovates invests new funding to strengthen emerging tech innovation system

Update: Round two of the Ecosystem Development Program (now called the Ecosystem Development Partnerships program) launched. Learn more. NEWS RELEASE...

Technology to Transform Plastic Recycling in Alberta

$2 million to enhance plastic recycling with BASF and an ecosystem of partners.

Revolutionizing Farming through Robotics, Artificial Intelligence and Satellites

Revolutionizing farming through robotics, artificial intelligence and satellites. Smart agriculture and food digitalization and automation challenge awards $3.19 million for new smart-ag and food projects.

Advancing Health Research towards a Digital Health Economy

Alberta Innovates is investing over $4.5 million in eight early-stage health research projects focusing on personalized (i.e., precision) health and wellness. The Accelerating Innovations into CarE (AICE) Concepts program aims to enable health innovators apply digital technologies, such as artificial intelligence, robotics, mobile apps to solve urgent health challenges related to disease prevention, diagnosis, and treatment as well as advance their commercialization journey.

Taking artificial intelligence from bench to business

At the dawn of the 21st century, the Alberta government set aside a $500 million endowment to create a fund with a competition to establish research groups for promising scientific fields. Among those created was what would become the Alberta Innovates Centre for Machine Learning.

Ivo Stivoric To Share why Radical Collaboration is Key to Climate Innovation at Inventures 2022

Ivo Stivoric, Vice President at X the Moonshot Factory, will join Laura Kilcrease, CEO of Alberta Innovates, in a fireside chat on June 1st at Inventures 2022 in Calgary

Boosting tech innovation across the province

Alberta is diversifying its economy by investing in networks that support start up businesses by helping them bring their products to market.

Advancing health technologies to improve patient care

Through Alberta Innovates’ Health Innovation Platform Partnerships program (HIPP), the Alberta government is enabling innovators access to the platforms, infrastructure, tools and resources they need to turn their groundbreaking health innovations into reality.

Alberta leads internationally in carbon capture, storage, and measurement according to new report

Alberta is a significant centre of energy production and expertise. It is also a growing centre of clean tech expertise,...

Alberta Innovates launches Hydrogen Centre of Excellence

Today, Alberta Innovates launched the Hydrogen Centre of Excellence, an important new initiative to drive innovation in the production, deployment...