Non-toxic, Super-slippery Surface Material Offers a Wealth of Possible Marine Applications
Saint Francis Xavier University professor and a team of Australian researchers have come up with a non-toxic, super-slippery surface material for the marine industry.
STFX signs Agreement with Cultivator Catalyst Coorporation
The agreement between Cultivar Catalyst Corporation, its subsidiaries and StFX will focus on research collaborations that develop proprietary solutions for the commercial cannabis industry.
StFX Collaboration to drive material discovery in Canada
Revolutionizing material discovery in Canada: Saint Francis Xavier University spearheads collaboration with Luminant Collaboration.
"ExACT" Technology is #springboarding forward with real world studies
With support from ALTUS, Springboard Atlantic and the Idea to Innovation (“I2I”) program of the Natural Sciences and Engineering Research Council of Canada (NSERC), Dr. David Risk's technology developed at St. Francis Xavier University (StFX) is now being tested for real commercial applications in Western Canada.
Making Frozen Lobster Taste Great
Started by Dr. Razul at St Francis Xavier University (StFX) and now #springboarding forward with Innovation Mobilization funding from Springboard Atlantic, StFX is collaborating with Acadia University to ensure that frozen lobster tastes as good as a fresh one.
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