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  • News from April, 2017
  • News from March, 2017
  • New database launched to help researchers in Atlantic Canada


     A database, AFRED (Atlantic Facilities and Research Equipment Database), designed to connect entrepreneurs and researchers in Atlantic Canada officially launched this week, outline equipment availability at universities across the region. 

  • News from February, 2017
  • Altus Group and St. Francis Xavier University Announce Innovative Technology Collaboration Agreement


    St FX's patented gas leak detection technology, which provides energy industry with enhanced visibility, safety and environmental protection, moves forward to the next stage of commercialization.

  • Supercharged Success: Battery Researcher Jeff Dahn Wins Herzberg Gold Medal


    Dr. Dahn receives Canada's top science prize by looking to a future of renewable technology, aiming to make a battery to last 30 years.

  • News from February, 2016
  • JEDI Sets Up Aboriginal Accelerator


    A new accelerator for aboriginal entrepreneurs has been established in New Brunswick, and it’s already witnessing great progress from the five teams enrolled in it.

    The inaugural Aboriginal Business Accelerator is operated by the Joint Economic Development Initiative, or JEDI, a not-for-profit that supports Aboriginal participation in the New Brunswick economy. It works closely with the federal and New Brunswick governments. The Four tribal councils of New Brunswick and the New Brunswick Business Council govern JEDI.

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