• Stale DATED

    November 4, 2011 by Carlo Mariglia and Joseph Gipp

    When projects run out of gas, there are steps you can take to keep the momentum and the benefits flowing.

  • $14.2M for solar and nano-scale R&D

    May 26, 2011 by PLANT STAFF

    The University of Saskatchewan has received more than $14.2 million in funding from various sources that will drive R&D into more affordable solar power and the development of new nano-scale materials.

  • Cash flow + R&D = innovation

    December 8, 2010 by Joe Terrett, Editor

    The September numbers for manufacturing shipments were a bit of a downer. Statistics Canada reported a 0.6% decrease with 13 of 21 industries registering lower sales. This has pundits wringing their hands over how manufacturing’s ongoing malaise is going to mess up the Bank of Canada’s growth forecasts.

  • News General

    Forest industry gets $100M for innovation

    August 4, 2010 by PLANT STAFF

    Innovating with cast-off fibre from the production of forestry products. Photo: FPAC VANCOUVER: Canada’s forestry industry now has a $100 million fund available to it for the development of innovative bio projects and technologies that can be integrated with current