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  • News from March, 2012
  • Federal Budget Supports Research Agenda

    In a federal budget that trimmed from many government departments and agencies, the research sector saw significant new investments, earning the budget “high marks” from Canada’s university presidents.

  • Moncton Game Developer Builds Bridge to Silicon Valley

    George Donovan, owner of Gogii Games Corp., a Moncton-based developer of interactive games, knew that the choice of location for his company was one challenge that would never change.

    Disruptive technologies had changed the way the video-gaming industry worked, moving away from large video-game developers to independent producers spread around the globe. This shift had empowered individuals with unique skill sets to provide gaming content for hardware platforms, such as the iPhone and Android devices, from anywhere in the world.

  • Automobile Partnership Canada (APC) funding

    The Automobile Partnership Canada (APC) initiative announced funding for two major research projects at Dal, each seeking to develop materials that will make tomorrow’s vehicles more efficient, effective and environmentally-friendly.

  • Research & Development Corporation supports researchers at CNA

    Two research projects at the College of the North Atlantic (CNA) are receiving a $239,500 investment through the Research & Development Corporation (RDC) that will expand Newfoundland and Labrador's research capacity in the manufacturing sector. “This investment is critical to advancing College of the North Atlantic’s research expertise and infrastructure,” said the Honourable Keith Hutchings, Minister Responsible for the Research & Development Corporation. “RDC’s programming is playing a pivotal role in supporting researchers and the work they do within Newfoundland and Labrador’s public college system, as well as helping the college drive innovation and foster its research growth.” 

    The research and work being undertaken at College of the North Atlantic, particularly at the Burin Campus, demonstrates the true innovative nature of what is taking place in rural communities throughout Newfoundland and Labrador,” said the Honourable Clyde Jackman, Minister of Education and MHA for Burin-Placentia West.

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