Bitcoin steals the headlines but behind it is a Blockchain technology poised to disrupt several industries.
Registration is opening soon for this Lunch & Learn explainer for blockchain basics as well and a review of some new ventures being funded by an Initial Coin Offering (ICO). Read More →
We are excited to announce that student applications are now being accepted for the second-annual Applied Research & Innovation Day taking place on Thursday, April 5, 2018. Students have a chance to display your research, meet potential employers, and win over $3,000 in cash prizes! Read More →
The Canadian Intellectual Property Office invites you to the launch of their intellectual property foundations webinar tailored for women entrepreneurs and innovators. Read More →
Join us for a light lunch and live demonstration of Librestream Technologies’ award-winning Onsight Collaboration Mobile Platform, which allows companies to bring their experts to field situations virtually, from anywhere, at any time. Read More →
The need for innovation is everywhere. Every day we experience old systems, aging technology and traditional ways of thinking that hold us back from improving. There has to be a better way.
North Forge Technology Exchange is stepping in to address the big challenges that Manitoba faces, doing what they do best: innovating.
Through their Manitoba Open Innovation Challenge, North Forge wants to put the brilliant and diverse minds of our entire province to work on some of our biggest issues. Read More →
Do you have a project on cleantech to showcase? The 2017 Western Canada CleanTech Innovation Forum is looking for posters on cleantech research and development projects, as well as posters of a general nature on a cleantech topic. Read More →
NSERC will be holding a series of webinars for applicants and research administrators about the upcoming College and Community Social Innovation Fund competition. The webinars will begin with a presentation followed by a period for participants to ask questions. No registration is required. Read More →