Giants like Google, Apple, Facebook, and Amazon have not only taken the world by storm but are propelling the life sciences industry towards hitting the $1.5 trillion milestone by 2022.
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Congratulations to those involved in biosciences who received the Province’s highest honour, the Order of Manitoba!
Consuming the right foods can tweak a tumour's metabolism, making chemotherapy more effective.
On Thursday night, Biogen announced surprise successful results from an Alzheimer's drug clinical trial that sent shares of the pharmaceutical company soaring.
Winnipeg-based licensed producer Bonify announced that it was granted a sales license by Health Canada, making them the only independent cannabis company in Manitoba to receive a license to sell directly to patients.
ViTal Functional foods was awarded $40,000 to continue development of Thrive, their vegan meal replacement beverage.
BioTalent Canada announced that Chelsea Lobson, Community-Based Monitoring Coordinator with the Lake Winnipeg Foundation (LWF) is the winner of the 2018 MAGNUS Catalyst Award for Top New Hire.
NEAR SANFORD — Two years ago, the Vermillion Hutterite Colony near Sanford faced a decision. …
“Mapping the potential – Profiles of Canada’s biotech frontiers,” is BioTalent Canada’s first labour market information report that includes both national and provincial bio-economy snapshots.
Life Science Association of Manitoba rebrands with a fresh focus on economic development supported by local bioscience companies
For the third time in five years, Winnipeg has been recognized by the International Community Forum (ICF) as one of the world’s leading intelligent communities.
The chief technology officer for Monsanto Co. says the interface between data and biology will be a powerful tool.
BioTalent Canada announced a new wage-subsidy program to help new STEM graduates acquire work experience in environmental STEM fields.
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A look into microbiome research by Dr. Ehsan Khafipour at the Agricultural Bioscience International Conference.
NEW INVESTMENTS IN RESEARCH TECHNOLOGY AT THE UNIVERSITY OF MANITOBA TO HELP MANITOBA DAIRY INDUSTRY
The Manitoba government has signed onto the Canadian Agricultural Partnership, which sets out a new five-year agricultural policy framework beginning in April 2018, Agriculture Minister Ralph Eichler announced today.
Innotech Nutrition, a natural health product manufacturing and distribution company based in Winnipeg, Manitoba, Canada, announced its products are now available for purchase across the American market.
XiteBio Technologies Welcomes Bill Busby to Their Sales Team Bill Busby, XiteBio’s new Sales Manager
XiteBio is pleased to announce the appointment of Bill Busby as their new Sales Manager, effective June 6, 2017.
$95.4-Million Investment will Create Jobs, Expand Research and Foster Innovation The Innovation Centre [the first of its kind in Western Canada] will attract an additional 1,200 students to the Exchange District, stimulating economic development and fu
Scientists at St. Boniface Hospital Albrechtsen Research Centre and the University of Manitoba have developed a drug that combats 2 of the top 10 “priority pathogens” recently defined by the World Health Organization (WHO) as antiobiotic-resistant bacteri