The federal and provincial governments are investing $25,000 to expand and create new opportunities for young people to learn about agriculture and food
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Inventors at the University of Winnipeg will now have access to the expertise and services of the University of Manitoba’s Technology Transfer Office, under a recently signed service agreement.
XiteBio announces the registration of three new early post emergent biologicals: XiteBio® Yield+ for Canola; XiteBio® Yield+ for Corn, Wheat & Barley; and XiteBio® Yield+ for Legumes.
This September, the bioscience world is coming together in Winnipeg with one mission: feeding nine billion people on our current agricultural footprint - through innovation and collaboration.
Since the announcement last March of a community collaboration to establish a national centre for the commercialization of machine learning in Winnipeg, the words "machine learning" have started appearing much more often in the mainstream.
The Bioproducts Production and Development Survey 2015 was conducted on behalf of Agriculture and Agri-food Canada. This survey, which was previously conducted in 2003, 2006 and 2009, provides statistical information on the characteristics and activities
[It is our pleasure] to inform you that Innovative Medicines Canada welcomes Pamela Fralick as…
Dr. Grant Pierce, executive director of research, St-Boniface Hospital and professor, department of physiology, University of Manitoba, has been awarded Research Canada’s 2016 Leadership Award
Monteris Medical was founded in 1999 with the mission to create neurosurgical technology that, when used by neurosurgeons, would allow them to ablate (treat with lethal heat) brain lesions and brain tumors that may be difficult to approach via traditional
What does clean technology mean to you? Do you have an innovative idea about using technology in natural resource sectors? Share your thoughts on what Canada could do to work towards cleaner energy in the future.
Cubresa's new patent in the US for flexible imagine sensors allows for 3D imaging of traditionally difficult to image areas for cancer detection in humans and animals.
Valeant Canada announced an $8 million investment into its Steinbach, Manitoba manufacturing plant for Xifaxan and Apriso.
The 2016 Provincial budget increases funding to support the provision of cancer drugs for patients across the province by $4 million.
The awards were presented May 19, 2016 at Rideau Hall in Ottawa
An exciting update of LSAM member company Exigence Technologies.
Drs Foerster and Torchia will be inducted as the 3rd and 4th members of the Hall of Fame.
The St. Boniface Hospital’s RBC Youth BIOlab Jeunesse will receive $120,000 over 3 years from the Natural Sciences and Engineering Research Council of Canada (NSERC) ensuring that today's youth are engaged in science from an early age your years to come.
NAUGURAL AWARD RECOGNIZES ENTREPRENEURIAL INNOVATION
Cubresa Inc. today, announced the release of its NuPET™ scanner.
Kane Biotech Inc. is pleased to announce that it has received a breakthrough order of its bluestem™ brand of oral care products from a major North American pet specialty store chain.
Creating Jobs and Investment for Canadian Youth - Government of Canada Invests $165 Million in Youth Employment Strategy, Supports Thousands of Youth Across Canada
The Government of Canada is investing over $165 million in the Youth Employment Strategy (YES) starting this year through Budget 2016.