Data for 2016
Effective intergovernmental coordination in research and innovation funding has been a persistent challenge in Canada. The dizzying mix of initiatives for research and innovation at both levels has also contributed to the coordination challenge, which has resulted in a patchwork of programs and co-matching requirements. Researchers and innovators are left to navigate a complex system of supports, seeking opportunities to help cover R&D costs.
This report examines the shape of the health technology industry in Canada with a focus on three specific questions: Does Canada actually have a problem with health tech commercialization? If so, how extensive is that problem? And what is causing it?
There are some experiences that, when you look back, put you on a path leading directly to where you are today. For U of T alumna Stephenny Ng, that experience was a startup internship with digital pathology company Pathcore Inc, which has led her to her current job...
Co-founder of Atomwise returns to U of T to speak about starting his AI-powered drug discovery business
This post originally appeared at U of T News University of Toronto alumnus Abraham Heifets has spent the past seven years channeling his love of science and a desire to impact the world into Atomwise, a company that is applying the latest advances in neural networks...
The Impact Centre has recently updated the Narwhal List, a compilation of Canada’s fastest scaling private tech companies. This list shows private Canadian venture capital backed companies with the highest Financial Velocity, shedding light on the ability of firms to...