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Alberta Innovates, the Alberta Cancer Foundation and DynaLIFE have partnered to fund $1.2 million for the next stage of evaluation for Syantra, the University of Calgary spin-off company that created a non-invasive blood test and is developing it for commercialization within the next two years. Syantra has partnered with the UCalgary for the Calgary arm of the clinical study.
Inventures 2019 is offering a comprehensive program for entrepreneurs and innovators, June 5-7. With more than 200 speakers, the business and innovation conference, in Calgary, features leaders who have helped startups prosper and thrive around the world.
Alberta Innovates will launch a tech accelerator program to help high-tech entrepreneurs turn ideas into market-ready products and applications. The program will provide the infrastructure and mentorship to connect startups with the tools, resources, seed funding and skilled talent pool they need to grow their business and create new jobs, while opening connections to potential customers and investors from around the world.
A delegation from the Mexican of state of Nuevo Leon recently visited Alberta Innovates to learn more about Alberta’s innovation system, promote commerce and encourage innovation between our two regions. They signed a Memorandum of Understanding with the Government of...
A historic investment in high-tech industries will create thousands of jobs, attract millions in new investment and help diversify Alberta’s economy.
The Alberta Clinical Research Consortium is looking to expand the membership of two of its working groups.
Netherlands-based Bridge2Food joins forces with Inventures, Canada’s international innovation conference
International food networking company Bridge2Food is joining forces with Inventures, a global innovation conference held in Calgary, Canada, June 5 to 7. Inventures, brings together the brightest ideas in emerging technologies that are transforming economies, industries and communities across the globe.
What if you could turn the windows in an office tower into see-through solar panels? Applied Quantum Materials (AQM), a University of Alberta spin-off company, based in Edmonton, believes they can. AQM was one of 29 successful projects in the Climate Change Innovation Technology Framework (CCITF) – Clean Technology Development program.
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.