Manitoba tech start-ups starving for money

February 6, 2014
Author: Winnipeg Free Press

Last Friday evening, more than 50 people met in a Smartpark building to hear technology pitches from seven University of Manitoba researchers.

The idea was to try to connect these early-stage technologies -- including a colour-correction technology for heads-up displays, concrete corrosion sensors, probiotics for animal feed and a microfluidics technology -- with entrepreneurs who might be interested in advancing them to a stage where they might be ready for licensing or sold for commercial use.

The event, called Vision to Venture, was the first of its kind by the university's technology-transfer office.

Click here for the article

Share This Story