The search is back on for early stage Nova Scotia companies focused on innovation in the green sectors, from agriculture and food production, to bioproducts and clean technology.
DMF Medical Incorporated, a privately held medical device company, is pleased to announce it has received a Class II medical device license from Health Canada to sell its memsorb™ carbon dioxide (CO2) filtration device for general anesthesia in the Canadian market on all major platforms.
Innovacorp is thrilled to announce four Innovacorp Accelerate streams, each offering cash and expertise to Nova Scotia start-ups hitting milestones on the path to investment-readiness:
Audioptics Medical, a Canadian medical device company based in Halifax, Nova Scotia, has closed a $1.9 million seed investment round led by Innovacorp and Carl Zeiss Meditec AG.
Innovacorp’s Early Stage Commercialization Fund (ESCF) helps move Nova Scotia university, college and university-affiliated hospital research to market.
Below is a list of the 2020-2021 funded projects.
McCain Foods Limited has made a substantial investment in TruLeaf Sustainable Agriculture and its wholly owned subsidiary GoodLeaf Farms, Canada's largest commercial vertical farming operation, to help drive the company's growth and expansion plans.
Talem Health Analytics — a technology company for auto insurers — announced today it closed a C$2.3 million seed round led by Build Ventures, with participation from Innovacorp, HOLT Accelerator, all existing angel investors, and new angel investors.
COVE’s new multi-use platform enables rapid, cost-effective product development in ocean technology sector.
Bioenterprise, Innovacorp, and Nova Scotia Innovation Hub are announcing the companies selected for their latest GreenShoots program intake. Each start-up will receive up to $40,000 and business guidance from seasoned professionals to put their plans into action.
Forty applications from across Nova Scotia. Thirteen pitches from shortlisted start-ups. Seven winners.
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