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Alberta, Canada – The Climate Change Innovation and Technology Framework (CCITF) program is announcing the launch of three networks in Alberta to help reduce greenhouse gasses and provide unique opportunities for Albertans.
Alberta Innovates is now accepting applications for the Alberta-Guangdong International Technology Partnership program.
In partnership with Alberta Health Services, we are pleased to announce the results of the Partnership for Research and Innovation in the Health System (PRIHS) 2018/2019.
“This work is an important step in food safety, and in how an idea is generated to solve a problem,” said Kreplin. “We understand that in today’s marketplace, the key is to accelerate the timeline from an idea to a product.
Funding to develop technology that will detect prostate cancer earlier
InnoTech Alberta, an applied research subsidiary of Alberta Innovates, today announced the official opening of the Alberta Carbon Conversion Technology Centre.
The Partial Upgrading Whitepaper delivers market access intelligence for technology to process and transport bitumen and heavy oil in the cleanest and most efficient manner possible.
We are pleased to announce the results of the Partnership for Research and Innovation in the Health System (PRIHS) 2018/2019 Expression of Interest competition.
Alberta Innovates recently unveiled three new funding programs to support work in the areas of climate change and water innovation.
We want you to volunteer for INVENTURE$, our provincial flagship event bringing innovators, entrepreneurs, thought leaders, and more together in Calgary on June 6 to 8. What’s in it for you? If you volunteer for a minimum of eight (8) hours you’ll receive a...