Breast Cancer Risk Study Published in British Journal of Radiology

Densitas density measures provide an alternative to clinical risk factors in predicting cancer risk

The British Journal of Radiology this week published a study on risk factors used to evaluate a woman’s risk of breast cancer at the time of imaging. The study looked at the use of breast density measurements exclusively versus traditional clinical risk factors such as age, family history, and menopausal status. The density measures were collected using DM-Research, a research tool from Densitas that provides accurate and objective breast density measurements from for presentation mammography images.

I-3 Technology Start-Up Competition Awards Event

Who will change the face of business in our province? 

Find out on Wednesday, February 3, at our I-3 competition awards event in downtown Halifax. Remember to RSVP!

Don’t miss this inspiring showcase of our province’s innovation and enterprise! Innovacorp’s I-3 Technology Start-Up Competition will award a $100,000 seed investment to the best new start-up in Nova Scotia. Throughout the evening, we’ll also celebrate the top companies from each of the five provincial provincial zones and a variety of sectors.

Immunovaccine Publishes Findings Unique to Depovax Technology on Potential of MRI Scans to Predict and Optimize Cancer Vaccine Response

Immunovaccine Inc., a clinical stage vaccine and immunotherapy company, today announced the publication of research that used magnetic resonance imaging (MRI) to predict and optimize the efficacy of its cancer vaccines by measuring size changes in vaccine-draining lymph nodes.

Ladies Learning Code: HTML & CSS for Beginners

On January 23, join Ladies Learning Code (LLC) at the Innovacorp Enterprise Centre for HTML & CSS for Beginners.

If you are looking to get your feet wet when it comes to programming, then this is the workshop for you. HTML and CSS are the backbone of all websites, and knowledge of them is a necessity if you are interested in things like web development, creating marketing emails, or even blogging! HTML and CSS are easy to learn, and were designed so that everyone - even non-programmers - can do them. No fancy programs are needed, just Notepad and a web browser!


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