Innovation Factory Receives $6M in FedDev Ontario Funding to Support Commercialization of High-Potential Life Science Innovators
Funding supports acceleration of ‘made-in-Canada’ life science solutions amidst global pandemic HAMILTON, ON, March 30, 2021 – Today, the Honourable Mélanie Joly, Minister of Economic Development and Official Languages, announced a $6 million investment through the Federal Economic Development Agency for Southern Ontario (FedDev
Southern Ontario Pharmaceutical and Health Innovation Ecosystem will increase access to a specialized network of experts and create new jobs. On March 30, 2021, FedDev Ontario announced the investment of $6 million in Hamilton’s Innovation Factory to launch the Southern Ontario Pharmaceutical and Health Innovation Ecosystem (SOPHIE). SOPHIE
Hamilton’s biotech and health sciences accelerators will be getting a funding boost to support local innovation through a $6 million investment by FedDev Ontario.
Hamilton’s Innovation Factory and the Synapse Life Science Consortium will be able to speed up the commercialization of various cutting edge healthcare services. Mélanie Joly, Minister of Economic Development and Official Languages and Minister responsible for FedDev Ontario, announced a FedDev Ontario investment of $6 million for
The Discover Life Science Canada Webinar Series was created by JETRO Toronto and Shonan iPark to introduce innovation from Canadian Life Science companies to global Japanese corporations, and to help facilitate business relationships between them. The third webinar in the series ”Discover Life Science Canada”, co-hosted
The stem cell laboratory at the Juravinski hospital is getting some international recognition. Nature Communications, an international access journal that features high-quality scientific research, has published the findings of a Canadian research team that used gene therapy to help people suffering from Fabry disease. That includes the key
Sabrina Fiorellino left her construction company during the pandemic to build modular hospital units so hospitals wouldn’t have to postpone procedures during the pandemic. Here’s how she did it. —As told to Isabel B. Slone “Pre-pandemic, I was focused on growing my construction company, which I founded with some partners in 2016. But
The continued pandemic has been spurring unprecedented investments. To address Canada’s lack of vaccine production facilities, the federal government is financing construction of the $126-million Biologics Manufacturing Centre adjacent to the National Research Council’s Biotechnology Research Institute on Royalmount Avenue in Montreal.
New project will focus on meeting the rising demand for high-quality plant-based protein options within the clinical and athletic markets Today, Protein Industries Canada announced a co-investment into the development of a novel plant-based protein blend that will be designed to meet the protein needs of hospitalized and outpatient