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In this installment of our Bridging the Gap series, we take a look at how our industry engagement funds support new research relationships. When our members at UPEI decided to take researchers to the CARIC National Forum they were attending with no expectations. Keep reading to find out what they found when they got there.
Springboard Atlantic and the Atlantic Canada Opportunities Agency (ACOA) launched an initiative to support the stakeholders of the lobster industry to ensure the sustainability and continued growth of this important Atlantic Canadian sector.
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In today’s Bridging the Gap, we’re discussing one of the hidden perks of Springboard Atlantic’s role in the innovation ecosystem. Springboards wide breadth of industry connections, relationships and strategic partnerships is a key part of shaping the business development around the technologies produced in our universities.
It’s no secret that innovation is a key factor in economic growth, especially in a province like New Brunswick, which has already demonstrated the value of bringing innovation into sectors like smart-grid and cybersecurity. But understanding who drives the research and development (R&D) efforts of the province was not entirely known - until now.
The Atlantic Canada Opportunities Agency (ACOA) is continuing its support for Springboard Atlantic by investing $9.6 million, giving our organization another three-year runway.