The Province of Manitoba was host to the 2019 Tri-National Agricultural Accord annual meeting from November 12 to 14 in Winnipeg, Agriculture and Resource Development Minister Blaine Pedersen announced today.
News & Media
Originally developed in Winnipeg the approval of Merck’s vaccine comes after decades of research aimed at preventing the deadly disease
Manitoba’s vital agriculture and food industry is getting another boost with today’s grand opening of Red River College’s Prairie Research Kitchen.
Prairie Fava wins 2019 Outstanding Start-up of the Year at the 36th Annual Manitoba Business Awards
Bioscience Association Manitoba is announcing a date change for Manitoba Funding Day. This one-day conference will be held on December 17, 2019, at Victoria Inn Hotel & Convention Centre (1808 Wellington Ave, Winnipeg).
Researchers using simultaneous PET/MRI imaging can measure multiple physiological processes with exceptional tissue contrast, quantitative accuracy, and study throughput.
Winnipeg's Bonify Medical Cannabis has gotten the green light to start selling pot again.
A plant scientist who leads a team developing perennial crops has been selected as the recipient of a Manitoba Excellence in Sustainability Award
Canadian regional Pitch Competition held in Winnipeg first place winner has an opportunity to present at the global finals in Hefei, China.
This year’s field trips will involve over 300 students from 6 school divisions in our province. The students will be visiting 6 facilities including Fort Whyte Alive, Oak Hammock Marsh, Bruce D. Campbell Farm & Food Discovery Centre.
BAM is proud to celebrate Manitoba’s $9 billion biotech industry through a series of events during the 2019 Global Biotech Week. Global Biotech Week showcases the global significance of Manitoba’s $9 billion biotech industry.
The Manitoba government hosts the Manitoba Protein Summit, a gathering of crop and livestock industry leaders, processors, academics, government and other stakeholders brought together to gain new insight into protein opportunities.
Bioscience Association Manitoba, Cerebra Health, Kane Biotech Inc. and Manitoba Technology Accelerator Receive Funding From Western Economic Diversification Canada
Growing Manitoba’s diverse economy is crucial to building a stronger western Canada. That is why the Government of Canada is investing over $5.9 million in four projects in Manitoba to support future growth opportunities in the life sciences sector.
Having acquired Provincial Sleep Group and Provincial Home Oxygen Inc. in December 2018, RANA has launched the three companies under a new brand - Careica Health.
The investment will begin with an initial $7-million investment to establish the CAN Health Network - a network that will connect companies with healthcare organizations.
The Hon. Jim Carr, Minister of International Trade Diversification, on behalf of the Hon. Navdeep Bains, Minister of Innovation, Science and Economic Development, announced an investment of up to $30 million in the Canadian Food Innovators Network (CFIN)
The Protein Highway brings together participants with a shared commitment to increasing cross-border and regional collaboration.
In 2018, BAM conducted a study of the bioscience industry in Manitoba. We took care to measure all aspects of the industry in order to evaluate growth and contribution to the local economy. These are our results.
Bioscience Association Manitoba (BAM) is currently seeking nominations for vacancies on their board of directors. Appointments will begin at the Bioscience Association Manitoba’s 2019 Annual General Meeting.
Protein Industries Canada, a pan-prairie initiative, passed a major milestone with the selection of its first project, designed to focus on advancements in technologies to improve oil and protein ingredient values in canola and hemp.
The Honourable Minister Jim Carr met with the Jewish Federation of Winnipeg and business leaders in Manitoba to discuss ways to deepen bilateral trade, promote academic exchange and strengthen Canada-Israel relationship.