Lighthouse Labs has partnered with the Halifax Central Library to host a free community learn-to-code workshop on Saturday, August 27.
Innovacorp has several new opportunities on tap for Nova Scotia clean technology companies:
PhotoDynamic (PDI) is a Nova Scotia life sciences company founded in 2012 to commercialize its proprietary light-activated antimicrobial technology.
An award-winning team of natural health product experts and photochemists comprise the founding group. The company’s vision is to create a suite of products treating conditions caused by bacterial, fungal and viral infections.
In 2017 PDI will launch its first antimicrobial product into the oral hygiene market.
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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.