Innovacorp is happy to partner with Fundica as they travel across Canada for the 2017 Fundica Roadshow.
Five Nova Scotia startups will participate in an acceleration program to help grow their clean technology ventures.
Please join us on Friday to learn which start-ups were chosen to participate in the latest edition of our CleanTech Accelerate Program.
Member of Parliament for Halifax, Andy Fillmore, and Halifax Chebucto MLA, Joachim Stroink, will be there to help us celebrate Nova Scotia’s clean technology entrepreneurs.
Hope you’ll help us celebrate too.
CarbonCure Technologies announced today it will be receiving up to $3 million from Emissions Reduction Alberta (ERA) to further optimize and accelerate adoption of its CO2-utilization technology in Alberta. CarbonCure will be competing with three other round 2 recipients of the ERA Grand Challenge for the final $10 million grant, which will be awarded in 2019.
Today (Feb. 22, 2017), Sustainable Development Technology Canada (SDTC) announced a collaboration with the Nova Scotia Department of Energy and Innovacorp, a Nova Scotia crown corporation, on a pilot program to support the development and demonstration of smart grid technologies in Nova Scotia.
Innovacorp has teamed up with the Nova Scotia Department of Energy to help Nova Scotia researchers and early stage companies move their smart energy innovations closer to commercialization.
Metamaterial Technologies Inc. (MTI) and its optical filters division, Lamda Guard, announced today, February 21, that it has entered into a new agreement with leading aircraft manufacturer Airbus to validate, certify, and commercialize its laser protection product metaAIR, for aviation.
Appili Therapeutics Inc. (“Appili”), an anti-infective drug development company, announced today that it will be receiving $2,803,148 from the Atlantic Canada Opportunities Agency (ACOA), under the Atlantic Innovation Fund (AIF). This funding will enable Appili to take its first drug, ATI-1501 – a taste-masked, oral antibiotic that treats anaerobic infections like Clostridium difficile – through clinical trials to be ready for market approval.
Officially opening on the Dartmouth waterfront in April 2018, COVE will be the hub of the region’s ocean technology sector. It will be a place where ocean innovations are developed and brought to market – a destination where ocean ventures can start, grow and prosper.
COVE will be home to start-ups and other companies of various sizes eager to benefit from the site’s direct ocean wharf access, shared equipment and infrastructure, and programs designed to enhance collaboration among – and success for – COVE’s residents and other members.
Partnership to take Caribou Contests Globally, Introduce Minecraft for Education
Sydney, N.S. based Ubique Networks Inc. and Thorold, Ont. based Caribou Contests Inc. today announced a partnership to promote problem solving skills among students through global Minecraft and math competitions.
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