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Alberta Innovates is now accepting applications for round three of the Alberta-Zhejiang International Technology Partnership program.
Alberta Innovates is seeking innovators to participate in an international pitch competition as part of Inventures 2019. Last year, the event represented the single largest source of venture capital in Canada.
We are pleased to announce the results or our 2018/2019 Partnership for Research and Innovation in the Health System, Enhancing Care in the Community.
Edmonton, Alberta, Canada, January 4, 2019 – Alberta Innovates is announcing that the Bitumen Beyond Combustion (BBC) open call program has selected seven successful projects to share $2 million to examine alternative, non-combustion uses for Bitumen. Successful applicants will explore opportunities ranging from using bitumen to produce graphene-like materials to evaluating asphalt made from bitumen.
We are pleased to announce the results of our September 2018 Alberta Innovates Training and Early Career Development (TECD) Programs competitions: Graduate Studentship, MD-PhD Studentship, Postgraduate Fellowship and Clinician Fellowship.
We are pleased to announce the results of the October 2018 Alberta SPOR Graduate Studentship competition.
Dr. Temple Grandin, global expert in livestock behaviour and autism advocate, will be the keynote speaker to kick off Inventures 2019 in Calgary June 5-7. Inventures is a global innovation experience hosted by Alberta Innovates to bring together the brightest ideas in data, digital and other emerging technologies that are transforming economies, industries and communities across the globe.
The Alberta Machine Intelligence Institute (Amii) is an Alberta-based research lab advancing the knowledge and understanding of artificial intelligence and machine learning. Amii is at the center of artificial intelligence developments in Edmonton and Alberta and a magnet that is attracting the world’s best artificial intelligence experts.
The Government of Canada is using Canada’s natural resource advantage to enhance our competitiveness and build a low-carbon economy. This includes efforts to modernize our electrical infrastructure by incorporating renewable energy and training a smart grid–capable workforce to create good, middle-class jobs for Canadians.
Alberta Government and Pfizer Canada boosts provincial collaborative health innovation partnership with Alberta Innovates
Alberta Government and Pfizer Canada provide an additional $1.3 million contribution to the Pfizer-Alberta Collaboration in Health