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  • News from April, 2012
  • NBCC Receives NSERC Eligibility

    New Brunswick Community College (NBCC) has been granted eligibility to administer funds offered by the Natural Sciences and Engineering Research Council of Canada (NSERC).

  • Start-Up Canada Visits Nova Scotia Agricultural College

    On March 20, the Start-Up Canada tour visited NSAC to meet a few researchers who are closely linked to industry development opportunities and to host a Town Hall at our new Innovation Centre at AgriTech Park. While on campus, four researchers were interviewed and their videos have been posted to the Start-Up Canada YouTube Channel. 


  • Université de Moncton Professor Combines Academics and Golf

    A professor from the Université de Moncton’s Department of Mathematics and Statistics has launched a new golf putting stroke analysis application for iPhone/iPod.

    Professeur au Département de mathématiques et de statistique à l’Université de Moncton, Samuel Gaudet a mis au point une nouvelle application en golf conçue pour l’iPhone/iPod qui permet d’analyser l’exécution des coups roulés.

  • NS CleanTech Start-Up Wins International Competition

    A Nova Scotia company developing a new method for growing and harvesting algae to supply biofuel for the aviation industry has been declared one of the world's best clean technology start-ups. SABRTech Inc. has been awarded $100,000 cash, a $200,000 negotiable seed investment, mentoring, and in-kind business building services through the Nova Scotia CleanTech Open.

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