A finger on the pulse of Alberta’s legume crops

A finger on the pulse of Alberta’s legume crops

Dr. Rhonda Bell’s study provides good news for people who hope to avoid developing diabetes and cardiovascular disease Written by Cheryl Croucher (article originally published by TROY Media on February 28, 2018) Pulses may be at the centre of a trade tiff between...
Putting the potential of Alberta’s biomass on the map

Putting the potential of Alberta’s biomass on the map

When it comes to developing natural resources, one of the first things you’ll want to look at is a map that tells you where there are deposits of oil or gold. The same goes for developing Alberta’s bio-resources. As an investor or entrepreneur, where will you find...
State-of-the-art clean technology coming to Alberta from Germany

State-of-the-art clean technology coming to Alberta from Germany

A portable unit called the Biobattery may allow companies and small Alberta communities to produce their own power, heat and bioproducts from municipal solid waste and other biomass feedstocks. Biobattery unit to be tested in Alberta The technology, invented in...
Shedding light on the impact of prions on animals and prions

Shedding light on the impact of prions on animals and prions

Through the Alberta Prion Research Institute, Alberta Innovates is funding research on prion and protein misfolding diseases such as chronic wasting disease and Alzheimer’s disease. Research is related to protein structure, environmental contamination, possible...