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 bacteria requiring new interventions.
21-04-2017 Read More
"[The division] will specialize in helping medical diagnostic and therapeutic companies achieve successful commercialization of their new product ideas by helping to meet challenges and overcome obstacles."
19-04-2017 Read More
An article discussing Vista Medical's pressure sensing technology in their Smart Bed Rollout.
04-04-2017 Read More
The report provides insight into trends, common issues encountered and the quantitative/qualitative benefits provided by wage subsidy programs to both new graduates and biotechnology employers.
28-03-2017 Read More
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.
15-03-2017 Read More
The federal and provincial governments are investing $25,000 to expand and create new opportunities for young people to learn about agriculture and food
15-03-2017 Read More
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.
28-02-2017 Read More
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.
21-02-2017 Read More
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.
12-01-2017 Read More
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 of businesses in Canada that develop and/or produce bioproducts. The survey only includes bioproducts made from biomass and excludes food, nutraceuticals, feed (livestock feed and pet food), medicines, and forestry-based bioproducts produced in a traditional way (such as lumber and paper).
22-12-2016 Read More