US failing to stop China from stealing research: report
Calls out the FBI should to be more effective and consistent in warning colleges and universities.
International Conference on Industrial Engineering and Industrial Management 2020
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Study finds some premium tea bags leach billions of microplastics
McGill research shows levels far higher than what other studies have found in other foods.
F&B packagers focus on sustainable solutions: Frost & Sullivan
Adoption of biodegradable, recyclable paper and aluminum-based packaging materials will drive fresh growth.
UNB researcher gets grant to explore medical potential of cannabis
It’s being transformed from an underground species into an industrial crop that awaits development.
Polar Bear Genome opens its research and production plant in Leduc
Will manufacture ingredient extracts and isolates, natural health and medicinal cannabis products.
UBC research on capturing carbon from mining secures federal funding
NRC has awarded $2 million for testing of techniques at the Gahcho Kue diamond mine in the Northwest Territories.
First image of black hole helps turn science fiction into fact
Canadian researcher says image bolsters theories at the core of modern physics.
Ousted Namaste CEO threatens legal action to set record straight
Company concluded there were breaches of fiduciary duty by Dollinger, its largest shareholder.
[VIDEO] Legalization sparks boom in marijuana research
Canopy Growth is conducting millions of dollars worth of research related to treating anxiety, insomnia and pain.
Faster fastener welding: CenterLine adds to its patent file
That makes 82 patents with numerous North American and international patents pending for the automation technology company.
Need R&D help? Take your auto project to WatCar
University of Waterloo is working on the auto industry’s innovation challenges.
Planet Earth working on 3 Mars landers to follow InSight
A European-Russian robot, a Chinese craft, and an orbiter from the United Arab Emirates are due to explore the red planet.
Renault Nissan typical of uneasy East-West auto partnerships
This is not the first time East-West auto alliances in Japan have run afoul.
Cannabis still has mystery, Canada’s first weed only academic researcher says
Yang Qu said one of his major goals is to look into the medical capacity of cannabinoids and devise new ways of manufacturing them.
Setting global benchmarks in advanced manufacturing
Canadian industry needs to step up its game when it comes to research and innovation.
Canopy Growth buying Ebbu in deal worth more than $425M
Pot firm Canopy will pay $25 million in cash and issue 6,221,210 shares to Ebbu.
Fresh grounds for coffee: study shows it may boost longevity
Coffee drinkers were about 10% to 15% less likely to die than abstainers.
Bombardier pouring millions into creation of GTA aerospace hub
Downsview Aerospace Innovation and Research Consortium will set up a centre where academic, industry leaders collaborate.
Research needed re: impact of microplastics on BC shellfish
Simon Fraser study found microplastics at 16 sites in the Baynes Sound and Lambert Channel areas.
Study finds oil sands is hard on forest community
Some species were winners and some were losers, but all were affected.
Proslide makes splash: Waterslide innovator takes on the world
Investment in R&D pushes the envelope in amusement ride thrills.
Bayliss gets more than $18M from Ontario for innovation centre
Will centralize R&D activities for the development of a number of new product lines.
Magna takes a load off: Joint R&D with Ford creates lighter carbon
A collaborative lightweighting project yields 34% mass reduction and 87% fewer parts.
Mars on Earth: Simulation tests conducted in remote desert of Oman
More than 200 scientists from 25 nations to field-test technology for a manned mission to the Red Planet.
Ottawa partners with SAIT and industry on energy efficiency
Micro-CHP project will help capture wasted heat for use in other applications.
Cure your SR&ED headache: Other programs will ease the pain
Federal help is available outside the cumbersome R&D program that will aid innovation.
Dal’s battery man: Jeff Dahn awarded the Herzberg medal
The researcher was awarded the $1 million Herzberg medal recognizing his efforts to improve lithium-ion batteries.
Counterfeiter issues? XRCC experts are on the job
The Xerox Research Centre of Canada has developed advanced materials to meet manufacturers’ security challenges.
Auto21 research develops the next generation.