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Igniting Nova Scotia start-ups.
Ozinga will offer concrete made with CarbonCure’s CO2-recycling technology across the Greater Chicago Area, as it announced today three additional installations of CarbonCure's technology. Ozinga was so impressed with the environmental and economic benefits that the technology provides, that it decided to adopt the technology at its Lemont, Northside, and Des Plaines plants.
In 2011, Moe Kabbara traveled from Lebanon to Nova Scotia on a student visa to study mechanical engineering at Dalhousie University.
And we love him to bits for it.
Mo is improving women’s health.
We think he’s the breast guy for the job.
Densitas CEO Mohamed “Mo” Abdolell and his team have come up with a way to improve breast screening and – ultimately – women’s health.
Radiologists use the company’s innovation, DM-Density, with existing mammogram equipment to crunch data and measure breast density.
Accurately assessing breast density is an important part of the mammography process. Dense breasts can mask breast cancer, and dense breast tissue looks the same as cancer on X-rays.
Conquer Mobile specializes in education technology and focuses on delivering ‘Education as an Experience’™. The company offers expertise in user experience, virtual reality, simulation and gamification and created the Experience Platform™ to bring learning to life. Conquer Mobile creates custom mobile apps and helps businesses take ideas from concept to market.
Appili Therapeutics Inc. (Appili), an anti-infective drug development company, announced today that Sean McBride, a 26-year pharmaceutical veteran, has joined the company as vice president of business development.