Members in the News: Spring 2018 Recap
St. Francis Xavier announces new spin-out company Arolytics Inc. The company's goal is to help companies more effectively monitor, track, and manage their emissions.
The Space Cube satellite project awarded multiple members a chance to build new satellites for space missions: Dalhousie, Into Orbit: DAL Students and Profs to Build Satellite for Space Mission, Canadian CubeSat Project selects UNB, UdeM and NBCC to participate, CubeSat - Selected Teams
Acadia University is working to test the efficacy of a new natural tick repellent: Insect repellent - does natural beat DEET? .
SucSeed Tackles Food Security A company born from the Enactus_MUN program is tackling food security in the Arctic.
Feds, IBM Donate $6M to UNB - The University of New Brunswick has received almost $6 million in funding from federal and provincial governments and IBM. The money will go to UNB’s Centre for Advanced Studies to develop new runtime software that will enhance a computer's workflow and function.
Scott Brison and Andy Fillmore were on the SMU campus to announce $1.8 million from the Coastal Restoration Fund (Fisheries and Oceans Canada) for Dr. Danika van Proosdij's research. She will use the funding to create new salt marsh habitat around the Bay of Fundy and beyond, addressing the impact of climate change on our region and tackling a global problem. The goal is that the new marine life and new marshes will be able to absorb the rising sea levels.
Cape Breton University's Verschuren Centre receives provincial funding of $2.4 million to help commercialize fisheries waste to product initiative.
Dalhousie Spin Out 3D Bolus, now Adaptiiv Takes Next Step, Joining Forces with CIVCO.