Dal Research to help farmers adopt clean technologies and practices receives $1.7M
Dalhousie's Faculty of Agricultural receives research funding from the Agricultural Greenhouse Gases Program (AGGP) to help Canadian Farmers to adjust to climate change.
Boost for Nova Scotia tidal
Two Nova Scotian projects, Open Seas Instrumentation Inc. and JASCO Applied Sciences, have been selected and received funding to develop environmental monitoring technologies for tidal energy applications. These projects collborate with NSCC and Acadia University and Dalhousie University, repsectively.
ENTREVSTOR: Firm develops cement for broken bones
Covina Biomedical, a Dalhousie University Spin-Off Comapny, has been accepted into the Canadian Technology Accelerator in Boston, a program offered by the Canadian Trade Commissioner Service to help Canadian startups access foreign markets.
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