News | May 31/21

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.

News | May 10/21

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.

News | May 7/21

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:

News | Mar 30/21

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.

News | Mar 10/21

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. 

News | Feb 25/21

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.

News | Feb 11/21

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.

News | Feb 11/21

COVE’s new multi-use platform enables rapid, cost-effective product development in ocean technology sector.

News | Feb 9/21

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.

News | Jan 29/21

Forty applications from across Nova Scotia. Thirteen pitches from shortlisted start-ups. Seven winners.