The new funding will help McMaster’s collaborative makerspace The Forge acquire new equipment and expand the number of companies it supports.Read More
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McGill University has appointed Dr. Shari Baum to Vice Dean, Life Sciences in the Faculty of Medicine. Baum was the founding director of McGill’s Centre for Research on Brain, Language, and Music, and co-chairs the Faculty of Medicine’s Committee for the Oversight of Shared Research Resource Facilities and the Standing Committee on Research. In her…Read More
Vancouver’s new Canadian Statistical Sciences Institute (CANSSI) opened its doors officially on Friday, December 7.Read More
Univ of Calgary’s Faculty of Environmental Design (EVDS) will open a collaborative research hub and event space in the city’s former central library branch.Read More
Montreal’s AI-Powered Supply Chains Supercluster (SCALE.AI) is expected to create 16,000 jobs and add more than $16 billion to the economy.Read More
The first Pan-Canadian AI Strategy annual meeting (AICan) convened in Montreal on December 3 to announce its initial cohort of 29 Canada CIFAR Artificial Intelligence (CCAI) Chairs.Read More
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).Read More
The B.C.-based Digital Technology Supercluster announced its official launch after receiving a funding allocation for $153 million from the Ministry of Innovation, Science, and Economic Development (ISED) and $200 million in funding commitments from member organizations.Read More
ISED announced $28 million to help Canadian packaged-meats producer Maple Leaf Foods build a new $744-million poultry facility in London, Ontario.Read More
Univ of British Columbia hired epidemiologist Dr. M-J Milloy as its first Canopy Growth Professor of Cannabis Science. The initial aim of this professorship is to lead clinical trials that will explore ways that cannabis-based therapy can help people with opioid abuse disorder stay on their treatment plan. Opioid overdoses killed an estimated 1,143 people…Read More
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