Saving Whales, Fighting Cybercrime, Putting Out Fires – All In A Day’s Work For Canada’s Tech Scene
March 28th, 2017
Canada is a hub of innovation. From reducing killer ocean noise, to helping small businesses fight cybercrime, to developing a gelling agent that smothers fires up to 55% faster while using 60% less water – Canada is where it’s at for cutting-edge technologies, ground-breaking research, and top-notch talent.
The new publication Canadian Innovation News (CIN) outlines some of the ways that Canadian innovation is changing the world, and provides information on how you can connect and collaborate with the top researchers, innovators and organizations in Canada.The spring issue of CIN is focused on Atlantic Canada. Each quarterly publication will focus on a Canadian region while celebrating innovation from across Canada.
Springboard Atlantic is proud to be a Content Partner for Canadian Innovation News and excited to share the spring issue with you, it’s time to celebrate Atlantic Canada’s cutting-edge research. So please, share the good news!
A global hub for ocean science is born
The Ocean Frontier Institute (OFI) in Canada is poised to become one of the world’s leading research efforts to understand the complex changes happening in the most vulnerable ocean regions, and find solutions to ensure their safe and sustainable development for future generations.
Atlantic Canada: Where cooperation is a competitive advantage
Universities and colleges in Atlantic Canada have discovered the secret to winning huge research mandates and partnerships with major multinationals like IBM, Siemens, Cisco, Royal DSM and Lockheed Martin. The secret? Compete less and cooperate more.
Meet Canada’s Cybercrime Fighters
Cybercrime costs the global economy about US$455 billion annually. One of the primary targets for these cybercrimes are small and medium-sized enterprises (SMEs). Learn how Canada is fighting back.
Getting started on a collaborative model of innovation
Throughout the year, curious executives and leaders from companies and governments from all over the world come to tour the Communitech Hub in Waterloo Region. Invariably, they are astounded by the mix of startups, mid-sized companies and large multinationals all working in the same building.
Bridging Canadian academic R&D with the biotherapeutics economy
How does one translate quality research from a thriving scientific environment into consumer products or technologies that hold tremendous benefits to the world? The Centre for the Commercialization of Antibodies and Biologics (CCAB) aims to achieve this goal in the field of biotherapeutics.
Interested in learning more? Contact Rebecca Melville by email [email protected] or by phone +1-416-481-7070 ex 2.