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All presenters at this year’s summit focused their presentations on “Industry 4.0 for Resilient Urbanization” to an international audience of more than 400 academics, manufacturers, suppliers, building developers, general contractors and developers of government policy.
Alberta Innovates wraps up the second, sold out offering of its signature innovation event, Inventures. As a multi-conference, multi-stream, and multi-disciplinary gathering, Inventures themes, topics and speakers span the spectrum of digital and emerging technologies and industry sectors.
Foodies, tech-savvy farmers, entrepreneurs, and investors will gather in Calgary to explore new ideas that will help feed a hungry planet during Inventures, Calgary’s must-attend innovation conference, June 5-7.
Technology-based companies attending Inventures are welcome to apply to be paired with a Master Mentor. You get 20 minutes face to face with a mentor who has deep experience. This is a great opportunity to get feedback on an approach, test out your own solutions to a challenge and maybe even getting some new ideas.
Thirty brilliant finalists from around the world will compete in the international pitch competition at Inventures2019, June 5-7, in Calgary, Alberta.
We want you to volunteer for Inventures, our provincial flagship event bringing innovators, entrepreneurs, thought leaders, and more together in Calgary on June 5 to 7, 2019!
We are pleased to announce our Strategic Research Project Program funding decisions for February 2019 and earlier. We have funded 29 projects to date with a total amount equaling $20.2 million.
Dr. Daniel Kraft is the latest headline speaker announced for Inventures 2019. This world-renowned health system innovator and entrepreneur will focus on the role of technology in revolutionizing healthcare. Featuring more than 200 speakers and 90 sessions over six tracks, Inventures runs June 5-7th in Calgary with extended weekend programming in Banff.
The Municipal Community Generation Challenge – helping municipalities diversify and reduce emissions
Up to $10 million in funding is available for one or more projects. Register for a free and informative webinar taking place on April 17.
Alberta Innovates and Alberta Health Services are proud to showcase the six projects funded through the Partnership for Research and Innovation in the Health System program