As Canada aims for $75 billion in agri-food exports by 2025, the federal government has invested major dollars into increasing the country’s capacity. But Canada needs to conduct research in a way that supports long-term innovation, experts tell Research Money, or there’s a risk that many research efforts will be short-term and piecemeal.Read More
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Enterra Feed Corporation is building a full-scale commercial facility near Calgary to feed food waste to black soldier flies which are then dried processed for animal feed and plant fertilizer.Read More
Canada’s national hydrogen strategy could help the country reap trillions of dollars of valuable IP, economic benefits and create new jobs. But, we risk falling behind if we don’t act now.Read More
In the next decade, Canada will be tested on its ability to meet the United Nations 2030 Sustainable Development Goals. Some experts argue that meeting those goals will require reimagining Canada’s agricultural infrastructure.Read More
A new Health and Technology District in Saint John follows a model for collaborative development and signals the continued growth of Atlantic Canada’s innovation ecosystem.Read More
While COVID-19 has highlighted the importance of Canada’s agriculture sector, there are several challenges to address if it hopes to be a leader in agricultural technology innovation.Read More
Two new collaborations between Canada and the UK signal the start of increased research collaborations between the two countries.Read More
Terrestrial Energy is hoping the federal government’s vote of confidence in small modular reactors will reassure investors wary about investing in nuclear technology.Read More
Canadian startups Tehama and Bitnobi will build a secure data management platform for the Canadian Department of National Defense (DND) and potentially capitalize on a burgeoning market for remote-access data systems.Read More
As more people move online to access services, the need for more robust security of people’s information is also growing. Innovation experts are arguing that digital identity is a core requirement in a digital-first economy, especially in the era of COVID-19.Read More
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