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Spring Loaded Technology has completed its initial delivery of 60 UpShot™ bionic knee braces to the Department of National Defence as part of its $1 million (CAD) contract awarded under the Build in Canada Innovation Program with the Canadian Army as the testing department.
Tesla's R&D team in Canada has built a research and development centre focused on battery related research at Innovacorp’s Technology Innovation Centre in Dartmouth, N.S.
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Nova Scotia's forest industry got a boost today, July 7, with the announcement of a project that is exploring innovative uses of forest products and new market opportunities.
The Department of Natural Resources, the Atlantic Canada Opportunities Agency (ACOA), Innovacorp, and Emera announced a new innovation hub that is identifying new products and production processes to help make Nova Scotia's forestry and resource sectors a stronger competitor in the marketplace.
Island Water Technologies (IWT) is very proud to announce the product launch of REGEN: Self-powered wastewater treatment solution.
Covina Biomedical is a minimally invasive orthopaedics company producing injectable biomaterials that enhance quality of life. The company is developing its first platform product, a glass-based bone cement to enhance the longevity of orthopaedic implants. Using collaborative research approaches, and in partnership with end users, Covina Biomedical has created the first technology of its kind in the industry.
For the past six-plus months, Dawn Umlah made a smooth-as-butter transition from her role as Innovacorp’s IT investment manager to slaying it as our Entrepreneur in Residence (EiR). And now she’s found an opportunity she can’t pass up - and we don’t blame her!
Government is taking the next step towards creating a new, private sector-led venture capital fund to help Nova Scotia businesses create new jobs, grow and compete internationally.
Leader in consumer bionics appoints industry veteran, Dawn Umlah, to its executive team to manage company growth and foster innovation
BioNova has officially launched its BioInnovation Challenge. Early stage life sciences companies or researchers from Nova Scotia, New Brunswick or Prince Edward Island, with a clear intention to commercialize their technologies, are eligible to apply. (There's more than $50,000 in funding and services for the winners!)