Dalhousie University developed cancer treatment technology receives ACOA Atlantic Innovation Fund
The technology developed by researchers at Dalhousie University will improve the advances made in precision cancer-treatment technology to benefit patients around the world.
Solace Power to expand its lab into a leading facility of its kind in the country
Solace Power is #springboarding forward with $2.8M from the government.
MUN's Canadian Centre for Fisheries Innovation (CCFI) is springboarding forward, receiving its 2nd patent
On June 2, Memorial's Technology Transfer and Commercialization Office presented CCFI with its 2nd US patent for their sea cucumber processing machine.
Memorial University researchers and Genesis Centre client receive $4.9M in provincial-federal support
Advancing and developing new water testing technology is on the agenda for the MUN research team, while Avalon Holographics will be developing a groundbreaking holographic flat screen.
NL's Marine Innovation continues to accelerate
With $1.5M in government funding Memorial University's Fisheries and Marine Institute will continue to pursue marine, aquaculture and ocean technology projects, its work showcased recently at Innovation Week with the new 'Smart Tech' crab processor, a collaboration of CNA, MI and CCFI.
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