Canada’s innovation superclusters are proving their value during the COVID-19 crisis and are well positioned to help lead the post-COVID economic recovery, the five superclusters’ CEOs told a Research Money webinar.
A PhD student’s novel software is revolutionizing drug discovery and laying the groundwork for a COVID-19 vaccine.
The Short Report: New Parliamentary standing committee proposed for science and research; new Protein Industries Supercluster projects; Alberta cuts post-secondary education funding while Ontario increases it; boosting competitiveness of Canada’s mining sector; creating research internships for students; Canadian science for the Moon; developing small nuclear reactor technology; and more.
Currents of change are altering the fabric of Canadian R&D. The time has come for universities to reassess their roles and address new challenges.
Alberta Innovates has launched a $15-million international competition to capitalize on the global carbon fibre market, which is projected to reach US$7.8 billion by 2024. Eventually, more than 100,000 barrels of bitumen could be used daily to produce carbon fibre.
The latest report from The Impact Centre at the University of Toronto, titled The Myth of a Better Mousetrap, offers some striking observations on Canada’s competitive shortcomings and makes several radical suggestions to improve our performance.
Many stakeholders in Canada’s innovation ecosystem are calling for an independent, comprehensive review of Canada’s tax system.
Canada needs supportive government strategies and policies to maintain its global leadership in “carbontech” innovation: international conference
The commercialization organization formerly known as MaRS Innovation announced a new collaboration with the biotechnology company Amgen, to identify and jointly fund disruptive technologies derived from discovery research conducted in Toronto.
Canada’s new Patent Collective will reduce the risks of patent infringement claims and other intellectual property issues for SMEs.