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    Seaformatics is set to launch Waterlily, a mirco-turbine

    Springboarding into the next phase of its development, Seaformatics, a spin-off company out of Memorial University, has developed a consumer product, that allows the user to recharge their devices via a micro-turbine while being in the great outdoors.

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    PETER HALPIN: Investing in Atlantic Canada’s future

    To strengthen the foundations of Canadian universities' research is the aim of the Advisory Panel on Federal Support for Fundamental Science report: "Investing in Canada’s Future: Strengthening the Foundations of Canadian Research".  The recommendation to to fully leverage the diversity and vitality of the research ecosystem in our region, via collaboration and coordination is best demonstrated by Springboard Atlantic, a university-led research commercialization network, says Peter Halpin.

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    Members #Springboarding to Finalist Spots at KIRA Awards 2017

    Springboard was cheering in our offices with the release of the #2017KiraFinalists. It’s great to see so many of our partners, spin outs, and researchers getting recognized for their hard work #Springboarding the region forward. We wanted to take a couple of minutes to tell you a little bit more about the great work this group of deserving finalists is doing and how Springboard has been able to help.

  • ENTREVSTOR: Firm develops cement for broken bones

    Covina Biomedical, a Dalhousie University Spin-Off Comapny, has been accepted into the Canadian Technology Accelerator in Boston, a program offered by the Canadian Trade Commissioner Service to help Canadian startups access foreign markets.

  • Local business student reaps reward at Funder Speed Dating

    With support from Springboard Atlantic and Holland College’s Applied Research division, Jeremie Arsenault (Holland College Business Administration student), smooth won the $1,000 prize for his pitch to prospective funders at a business “speed dating” event the Starting Point Entrepreneurship Conference at St. Mary’s University.

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