Alberta Innovates launching a new grant management system

We're launching a new grant management system that will bring several advantages to our clients applying to our funding programs.

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Telemedicine promises better care, more time for doctors and blood pressure patients

mmHg Inc. is providing a free platform for physicians and caregivers to keep an eye on patients suspected of having COVID-19, allowing them to track things like respiration rate, oxygen saturation and fever. "We want to be able to support Canadians at their greatest time of need," said Peter Wood, mmHg Inc.’s COO.

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Moving ahead of the curve

InnoTech Alberta continues to be a leader in this trend through its Alberta Manufacturing and Innovation program.

COVID-19 Hackathon April 10-May 18

Win prizes, help flatten the curve and assist in economic recovery using COVID-19 datasets Knowledge is power! COVID-19 is a...

Alberta-led research to address the most challenging problems for COVID-19

Alberta Innovates is announcing a partnership with the Canadian Institutes of Health Research (CIHR) to jointly fund eight projects at Alberta Universities to address the COVID-19 pandemic.

Helping companies grow and succeed

This is the first in a series of articles showcasing how our Executive Business Advisor program and other Alberta Innovates services are helping different Alberta companies in their journey.

Exploring Cannabis-Based Medicines and Tools (mCannabis) Program Funding Results

The results for Stream 1 of the mCannabis competition, launched in December 2019, have been announced.


March 16, 2020 With the increasing spread of COVID-19 and a rapidly evolving global response, Alberta Innovates, InnoTech Alberta and...

eXtended Reality Health Economic Acceleration and Development (xR HEAD) Program – Results announced

The xR HEAD program has released the results for the competition launched in November 2019.

Partnership for Research and Innovation in the Health System (PRIHS V) – Results announced

The PRIHS V program has released the results for the competition launched in May, 2019.

Supporting the pathway to creating bioplastic and biofuels at pulp mills

Story by Tony Kryzanowski Alberta’s pulp mills generate methane and methanol as byproducts from their pulp production processes. These byproducts...

The future of farming

Back in November, a press release from the Moscow Ministry of Agriculture announced a unique experiment taking place on a...