Atlantic Canada’s commercialization and industry liaison network

News

  • News from August, 2019
  • Springboard Member: Valérie Lalande, Université Sainte-Anne

    The Springboard Atlantic network is comprised of nearly 40 professionals across Atlantic Canada working within our universities and colleges to facilitate the commercialization of research and ideas within its relevant industry. Over the coming months we will be sharing member profiles. These are short Q&A’s with our members highlighting the individuals that make up our amazing network.
    Big thanks to Valérie Lalande from the Université Sainte-Anne for being the first to step up to the plate!

  • Teaming up and Showcasing Research

    Sometimes two things are just made for each other: peanut butter and jelly, salt and pepper, shoes and socks.

    The Creative Destruction Lab (CDL) is a national seed-stage program that helps massively scalable science-focused companies and startups. Its intense program works with early-stage business to help grow ideas through commercialization.

    When the CDL opened the doors to its new Atlantic division in the Spring of 2017, we at Springboard Atlantic saw an opportunity for another pairing that goes together like, well, peanut butter and jelly.


     
  • News from April, 2019
  • The Springboard Effect

    The significance of Springboard Atlantic’s network is evident at all stages of the commercialization process. Our team is committed to working with both researchers and industry to forge strategic relationships that have a lasting economic impact. Read on for three great examples of how we're #springboarding Atlantic Canadian research. It's something we like to call, the Springboard effect. 

Page 1 of 215 Pages  1 2 3 >  Last ›