The Beef Cattle Research Council (BCRC) will receive investments of up to $21.6 million to enhance the sustainability of Canadian beef and forage production, increase beef exports and ensure continuous global supply of Canadian beef. Of this amount, $14 million will come from the federal government’s Canadian Agricultural Partnership, AgriScience Clusters program and the balance…Read More
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Canada will need creative and innovative ways to build up talent for cybersecurity if we want to take advantage of opportunities and protect ourselves from the threats of new technologies, according to a recent report by Deloitte Canada on the state of cybersecurity talent.Read More
Nobina Robinson retires from her position of Chief Executive Officer at Polytechnics Canada this month after nine years in that role. In those years, Robinson has been recognized by her colleagues for bringing attention to the important role polytechnics and colleges play in Canada’s innovation ecosystem, particularly applied research and commercialization. She shares her thoughts with RE$EARCH MONEY about the legacy she leaves behind and what’s next for the sector.Read More
Innovative technologies for Canada’s oilsands industry are well represented in the semi-finalists announced for Natural Resources Canada’s flagship Clean Growth Program. They are competing for a share of NRCan’s $155-million investment, aimed at advancing clean technology R&D and demonstration projects in energy, mining and forestry. Eleven oilsands-related technologies being developed by various companies and organizations…Read More
Shortly after naming a new Cabinet lacking a science or innovation minster, Ontario’s Progressive Conservative premier Doug Ford has reportedly fired the province’s first chief scientist, Dr Molly Shoichet.Read More
Vancouver-based Centre for Drug Research and Development (CDRD) is an 11-year-old organization that helps “bridge” scientific discoveries and commercialization in the life sciences sector. RE$EARCH MONEY spoke to CDRD president and CEO Gordon C. McCauley about how it is helping companies scale up and its strategy for attracting capital in a sector that is growing exponentially but is perceived to be risky.Read More
The Egg Farmers of Ontario will receive $844,000 for a project that can help find ways to cut production wastage and address animal welfare issues. Supported by the Canadian Agricultural Adaptation Program (CAAP), the first-of-a-kind research project is expected to encourage the adoption of imaging technology that enables eggs to be scanned non-invasively to identify gender and determine fertility…Read More
The Canadian Grapevine Certification Network (CGCN) will receive up to $8.4 million from the federal government’s Canadian Agricultural Partnership program to develop a national research cluster for the wine and grape industry. With $3.7 million additional from industry contributions, the fund is expected to assist growers produce improved output, test new crops, and explore growing…Read More
Can science and business fruitfully cohabitate? It’s possible. And it’s happening in a Vancouver university campus where physicists can be found hard at work on their cyclotron particle accelerator in one room while industry people are in another room testing for radiation particles. These are common-day activities in TRIUMF, one of Canada’s large-scale research facilities, which is home to hundreds of researchers from academia, other research institutes and industry from across Canada and around the world.Read More
Stream 4 of the Strategic Innovation Fund (SIF) was launched on June 28 for projects that will tie in data with health and biosciences.Read More
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