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Promising new approach to rebuild bone tissue

Canadian Light Source Inc. (CLS)

Over the last 30 years, the scientific community has been working to develop a synthetic alternative to bone grafts for repairing diseased or damaged bone. McGill University researchers used the Canadian Light Source...

Olivia Carey,

How one company used lab equipment in a new way to advance their product idea

After months of searching, a Quebec researcher-entrepreneur found the expertise he needed to test a one-of-a-kind oxygen-rich drink

Researcher-entrepreneur Daniel Sdicu, CEO of the company IV e État Inc. located in Granby, Que., searched for months to find the right partner to help him test a new product: bottled water enriched with oxygen. The water...

Food: friend or foe in immunity’s fight against ovarian cancer

Precision Radiation Medicine for Cancer Immunotherapy (P-REX)

Inside the tiny micro-environment of a tumour, cancer cells and immune cells are in a battle for nutrients. University of Victoria researchers have now discovered a key culprit that will help them use gene-engineering...

Olivia Carey,

Bringing high-impact drugs to market

A doctor-turned-entrepreneur looks to the Navigator to find the research support he needs to develop new drugs for patients with neurological diseases

Toronto-based company Neuractas Therapeutics uses the Navigator to find the pharmaceutical manufacturing expertise needed to develop high-impact therapeutics Andrew Lingard was in his last year of medical school when an...

Supporting smarter shopping experiences with technology

Longo’s Food Retail Laboratory

Our fast-paced lifestyles have sparked significant changes in almost all consumer, family and technology experiences in the past 30 years – except shopping for food at grocery stores. University of Guelph researchers are...