News | Jan 12/18

Early stage technology companies will soon have more access to venture capital.

News | Jan 12/18

SkySquirrel Technologies Inc. and VineView Imaging, leading providers of aerial imaging and crop diagnostics for vineyards, have announced a merger of the two companies. The merger is effective today, and the companies plan to begin integrating operations, customers, global partners and employees immediately.

News | Jan 9/18

Appili Therapeutics Inc. (Appili), an anti-infective drug development company, announced today it has signed a licence agreement with the National Research Council of Canada (NRC) to develop ATI-1701, a vaccine to protect against Francisella tularensis, a potential bioterrorism agent that causes tularemia.

News | Jan 8/18

Thomas Concrete to install CarbonCure's technology at 16 additional plants across Georgia and the Carolinas, making it the world's largest supplier of concrete made with award-winning CO2 recycling technology.

News | Dec 8/17

More venture capital will be available to technology start-up companies in Nova Scotia and the rest of Atlantic Canada with the creation of two private-sector venture capital funds.

News | Nov 28/17

DM-Density personalized breast density reporting software will be offered via vendor neutral artificial intelligence distribution platform

News | Nov 28/17

Appili Therapeutics Inc. (the “Company” or “Appili”), an anti-infective drug development company, is pleased to announce the appointment of Ian C. Mortimer to its board of directors.

News | Nov 23/17

Advanced breast imaging analytics provider, Densitas, is deploying its breast density software at clinics and hospitals throughout Canada. The software, DM-Density, helps radiologists provide high-quality personalized follow-up care to women.

News | Nov 17/17

Four high potential Nova Scotia medical technology companies have been selected to participate in the inaugural cohort of Innovacorp’s MedTech Accelerate Program.

News | Nov 15/17

A marine technology company in Halifax is receiving $40,000 to further develop its SEA-Stab mooring connector for challenging environments.

The company, Enginuity, is one of 27 businesses receiving funding and mentorship through Innovacorp’s ocean technology and clean technology acceleration programs this fall.