Congratulations to BAM member, PolySense Solutions Inc., winner of the pitch competition, and Chroma, winner of the People’s Choice Award!
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Research Manitoba, Boehringer Ingelheim (Canada) Ltd and First Nations Health and Social Secretariat of Manitoba Announce Chronic Kidney Disease Screening Program in Manitoba Adult First Nations Population
Research Manitoba and Boehringer Ingelheim (Canada) Ltd. Boehringer Ingelheim announced a new partnership, with the creation of the Boehringer Ingelheim-Research Manitoba (BI-RM) Partnership Fund.
Trained as a pharmacist, Cristina shifted her interest to the design and development of innovative foods based on grains. She shared her research and teaching plans, and how she sees the Department serving as a leader in food science and human nutrition.
SciMar, a local Manitoba enterprise with dramatic global potential; a company that can change the conversation about type 2 diabetes while enriching the profile of Manitoba where SciMar was born and where its headquarters and lab located.
Bioscience Association Manitoba will be presenting awards to the best in the industry at the 32nd Annual Awards Gala, “The Magic of Science”.
From innovative food processing & manufacturing to healthcare research improvement, fueling the commercialization of technology &promoting economic development, this year’s 4 recipients of BAM’s Awards exemplify the true meaning of bioscience trailblazers
The Prairie Innovation Centre for Sustainable Agriculture is Assiniboine’s vision for the future of agriculture training and a Manitoba-made response to labour market gaps in the industry.
Sustainable Protein Food Systems: Meeting Future Needs
Barrow Neurological Institute Selects Cubresa’s BrainPET System to Support Neurological Research Activities
“We were incredibly excited to learn about the capabilities of the Cubresa BrainPET”
Lab will process up to 1,100 samples a day, establish additional swab-collection site
Two Manitoba startups viewed as having potential to become $100-M businesses
In the rest of the world, the crocus symbolizes new beginnings. Not in Manitoba, where the "Crocus" remains a noxious word-weed in our investment-capital ecosystem, choking out new growth.
Universities in Canada are becoming increasingly aware that technologies originating from the academic institutions are not making it into the commercial realm, despite the fact that the actual research is world class.
A Thank You letter from the Mayor of Winnipeg, Brian Bowman for efforts and contribution towards Winnipeg being named the World's Most Intelligent Community.
CAN Health Network and Bioscience Association Manitoba partner to bridge the gap between Canadian inventions and the end user
The Coordinated Accessible National (CAN) Health Network is partnering with Bioscience Association Manitoba (BAM) to bridge the gap between Canadian health inventions and the end user, driving increased economic growth for the province and country.
2021 Manitoba Business Outlook Survey, the province's most comprehensive business leaders' perspectives survey is now open, and we’re asking for your participation.
CAN Health Network Recognizes Top Canadian Health Care Organizations and Trailblazing Companies for Homegrown Innovation
Precision ADM and Shared Health in Manitoba received CAN Health’s ‘Network Award’, the highest honour, recognizing the Edge and Company who leveraged the full scope of the Network and demonstrated considerable growth and success.
Individuals who currently have a digital Manitoba immunization card or are applying for one can visit immunizationcard.Manitoba.ca or call 1-844-MAN-VACC (1-844-626-8222) to request their PVC, in digital or hard copy.
The new facility in Portage la Prairie, Manitoba, is the largest pea protein plant on Earth
The plant features 60 kilometres of piping, its own Level 2 microbiology lab and receiving bays for 10-to-12 truckloads of peas per day.
The project will leverage lessons learned from the pandemic to ensure long-term sustainability within Canada’s bio-economy.
The project was conducted by researchers at the Chronic Disease Innovation Centre (CDIC) at Seven Oaks General Hospital and the Manitoba Centre for Health Policy (MCHP) in the University of Manitoba’s Rady Faculty of Health Sciences.