The Canadian Consortium on Neurodegeneration in Aging is receiving $46 million over five years: $31.6 million from the Canadian Institutes of Health Research and $14.4 million from partners, including the Alzheimer Society. Headquartered at Baycrest in Toronto, the second phase of CCNA’s research program will include a large-scale study to evaluate the effectiveness of new…
Organization: University of Toronto
Seed-stage companies are bolstering Canada’s position as a global leader in quantum science and technology. The question of how to maintain and grow that advantage—built through sustained investment in quantum research and development—has never been more urgent and is preoccupying academics, policymakers and innovators across the country.
Ontario budget cuts more than $300 million in research and innovation funding
With the goal becoming a mainstream healthcare company, Smiths Falls, ON-based Canopy Growth Corp. has spun off a new division – Spectrum Therapeutics – to oversee the company’s commercial medical and clinical research operations including Spectrum Cannabis, Canopy Health Innovations, and recently acquired Germany-based C3Cannabinoid Compound Company, which develops cannabinoid-based medical therapies. – Canopy Growth…
CIFAR announced its new portfolio of international and interdisciplinary research programs, including four new programs and nine renewed or continuing programs.
The University of Toronto has announced a historic gift of $100 million for its upcoming Schwartz Reisman Innovation Centre, a 750,000-sq.-ft. complex meant to house the university’s AI and biomedical expertise.
CDL-Oxford will be the seventh location in the network of seed-stage accelerators first developed at the University of Toronto’s Rotman School of Management in 2012.
Canada’s National Research Council has partnered with the University of Toronto to launch an innovation hub for the rapidly advancing field of microfluidics, called the Centre for Research and Applications in Fluidic Technologies (CRAFT).
Nine research teams across Canada receive CANARIE funding to develop research data management tools.
The Government of Canada is investing $25 million in the University of Toronto’s Creative Destruction Lab (CDL), a non-profit project to pair science-based startups with business expertise. The investment comes through the Strategic Innovation Fund, a $1.26 billion federal program to spur innovation in Canada’s industrial and technological sectors, with a focus on large projects…