UPEI professor receives $461K in funding for research equipment
Dr. Adam Johnston, an assistant professor in UPEI's Department of Applied Human Sciences, received funding from the Canada Foundation for Innovation's John R. Evans Leaders Fund and from the Business Development Program of the Atlantic Canada Opportunities Agency and UPEI's Research Services for equipment, which will further research on tissue repair and recovery from injury.
Terrestrial Energy Announces Collaboration With University of New Brunswick
Terrestrial Energy, a vendor of Advanced Reactor power plants, and the University of New Brunswick (UNB), have entered into a contract for validation and verification work for the company's ground-breaking Integral Molten Salt Reactor (IMSR™).
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.
New database launched to help researchers in Atlantic Canada
A database, AFRED (Atlantic Facilities and Research Equipment Database), designed to connect entrepreneurs and researchers in Atlantic Canada officially launched this week, outline equipment availability at universities across the region.
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