P&P Optica’s technology assesses food quality, composition and contamination
(OTTAWA) – February 4, 2019
Export Development Canada (EDC), Canada’s Export Credit Agency, is pleased to announce a $1 million investment into Canadian Cleantech company P&P Optica (PPO), an Ontario-based firm that uses
Innovation and early-stage businesses and entrepreneurs in southern Ontario are getting a shot in the arm and a boost in the wallet after a big announcement was made in Guelph last week.
There was a buzz at the Hanlon Convention Centre
Bioenterprise Corporation will receive up to $2.28 million
The federal government showed confidence in Ontario’s agribusinesses with a multimillion dollar investment.
Lloyd Longfield, Member of Parliament for Guelph, announced today that Ottawa is investing up to $2.28 million into Bioenterprise Corporation, which
$2.28-million for Bioenterprise to provide more than 50 additional start-ups with the tools they need to succeed
November 15, 2018 – Guelph, Ontario
Innovative early-stage businesses and entrepreneurs in southern Ontario will have greater opportunities to develop, grow and export,
SomaDetect, an agriculture technology startup that measures milk quality from every cow at milking, won the FoodBytes! New York Judges’ Choice Award. SomaDetect uses sensors that fit into existing milking equipment to measure the fat and protein content of dairy
Oilseed Innovation Partners working with colleges to train arborists in bio-based products
Guelph ON, 17 October 2018 - The next generation of Ontario arborists is receiving training in new, environmentally friendly lubricant products for their forestry equipment.
This is thanks to a
AbCelex’s camelid antibody platform validated in multiple animal studies seeking to develop orally available antibodies for immuno-oncology, autoimmune disease and microbiome applications.
For Immediate Release October 1, 2018
Toronto, Canada – AbCelex Technologies (ABX) announced today its intention to begin applying its
Under current review: SomaDetect
Two dairies that will test-drive a new in-line milk sensor say they are looking to replace their current methods of milk testing and pregnancy checks with more timely information.
Natasha Sutherland of Stein Farms in Le Roy, New