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Memorial University researchers and Genesis Centre client receive $4.9M in provincial-federal support

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Testing for water contaminants via MIPs (molecular imprinted polymers) is the smart technology that the Memorial University researchers team, led by Dr. Christina Bottaro, Department of Chemistry in the Faculty of Science, will be developing. Through a follow on Atlantic Canada Opportunities Agency’s (ACOA) Atlantic Innovation Fund (AIF) project and provincial funding (Research & Development Corporation), this project received close to $1.2 million in support.

Avalon Holographics, the flagship of Memorial’s Genesis Centre is receiving close to $3.75 million in federal (ACOA AIF) and provincial (Research & Development Corporation) support to develop a holographic flat screen that provides true images for the gaming industry and other consumer markets.

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