Navigation Links
New nanotechnology centre helps turn big ideas into real products
Date:8/27/2008

ication. "In concordance with the Canada's Science and Technology Strategy, Mobilizing Science and Technology to Canada's Advantage, our government is proud to contribute $3.5 million, through its Western Diversification Program, to help Alberta become a centre for nanotechnology development and production."

"It's incredible the number of emerging technology companies in Alberta with the potential to develop exciting new consumer products for world-wide markets," said Ken Brizel, the recently appointed CEO of ACAMP. "Alberta is a prime location for world-class research, and ACAMP can provide the means to turn research into viable products. In fact, we are already helping our clients produce marketable products to compete globally."

ACAMP will identify commercial market opportunities in global markets and promote Alberta's nanotechnology capabilities nationally and internationally. An ACAMP team will work with start-up and established technology companies to coordinate product packaging and assembly in-house or through the University of Alberta's NanoFab, the University of Calgary's Advanced Microsystems Integration Facility or the National Institute for Nanotechnology of the National Research Council (NINT). ACAMP will also align its product development activities with the Microsystems Technology Research Initiative and Alberta Ingenuity's nanoWorks program.

"ACAMP is the result of a collaborative effort between industry, government and academia to create a platform for product development activities in the province," said Bruce Alton, Chair of the ACAMP Board of Directors. "And we are very pleased to have obtained the services of Ken Brizel as the first CEO of ACAMP."

On June 11, the Alberta government introduced the $178-million Action Plan for Bringing Technology to Market. This plan includes numerous resources that companies and technopreneurs can access to help move ideas into the marketplace in concert with ACAMP's services. Alberta
'/>"/>

SOURCE ACAMP
Copyright©2008 PR Newswire.
All rights reserved

Page: 1 2 3

Related biology technology :

1. William F. Prendergast Named One of the Top IP Lawyers in Nanotechnology
2. Using nanotechnology to create high-performance materials
3. Nanotechnology: Learning from past mistakes
4. Nanotechnology oversight: An agenda for the new administration
5. Joint nanotechnology forum to focus on electronics, photonics, renewable energy
6. NASA Nanotechnology-Based Biosensor Helps Detect Biohazards
7. Nanotechnology in reverse uses cell to calibrate tools
8. Breakthrough in nanotechnology by uncovering conductive property of carbon-based molecules
9. International Council on Nanotechnology launches global research needs assessment
10. Slow federal action to oversee nanotechnology leaves room at the bottom
11. NYU chemist Seeman recognized for founding, establishing the field of structural DNA nanotechnology
Post Your Comments:
*Name:
*Comment:
*Email:
(Date:8/27/2014)... 27, 2014 BIOEQUA, an innovative line ... use of a handheld spray, has made its EQUA ... , The brand began with an unexpected discovery ... surprised to learn that the application of nanospray technology ... and delivered directly to skin's basal layer. This resulted ...
(Date:8/27/2014)... (PRWEB) August 27, 2014 Budding ... Cleveland's University School participated in the ... Western Reserve University’s School of Medicine . ... with an unparalleled professional experience in the sciences ... of Medicine faculty and students for both academic ...
(Date:8/26/2014)... The 20 ambassadors representing the ALS Therapy Development ... following statement on Facebook today regarding the global Ice ... specifically for ALS research: , “Who would have thought ... raise all this awareness and funding toward ALS research! ... of the entire ALS community, would like to express ...
(Date:8/26/2014)... , Aug. 26, 2014  ViveBio, LLC ... sample collection, stabilization and transportation, announced today that ... Procurement Services, LLC (LPS) of Knoxville, ... products in the United States ... class of ambient temperature dried biological specimen transport ...
Breaking Biology Technology:BIOEQUA'S EQUA ESSENTIAL Product Line Redefines Skin Care & Now Available in America 2Students at Cleveland's University School Conduct Biomedical Research at Case Western Reserve University’s School of Medicine 2ALS TDI’s Young Faces of ALS Ambassadors Thank You for Accepting the Ice Bucket Challenge to End ALS 2ALS TDI’s Young Faces of ALS Ambassadors Thank You for Accepting the Ice Bucket Challenge to End ALS 3ALS TDI’s Young Faces of ALS Ambassadors Thank You for Accepting the Ice Bucket Challenge to End ALS 4ViveBio and Laboratory Procurement Services Sign Agreement for Distribution of the ViveST Line of Products 2
... Services Inc., leads a videocast discussion with top executives on ... to Asia. , ... (PRWEB) November ... Atlanta, Georgia, Jim Miller, president of PharmSource Information Services Inc., ...
... Arpida,announced today that it is refocusing all projects and ... is to be seen as a,consequence of the negative recommendation ... 20 November 2008 regarding the,approval of Iclaprim in the U.S. ... of the FDA advisory board,s recommendation the Arpida,board intends to ...
... sailing a spacecraft by the optical force of the sun,s light. ... the oversized sails that have been tried. Now a team led ... Science has shown that the force of light indeed can ... to nano-proportions. , Their work opens the door to a ...
Cached Biology Technology:PharmSource President Moderates Videocast on Outsourcing to Asia at AAPS 2Arpida to Restructure and Focus on Key Projects 2'The photon force is with us': Harnessing light to drive nanomachines 2
(Date:8/26/2014)... stroke of a pen a New Zealand endemic tree has ... as a group of ,weedy, Australian shrubs and small trees. ... reveal some surprises and discover astonishing cryptic diversity behind what ... published in the open access journal PhytoKeys ... this species was one of the many discoveries made in ...
(Date:8/26/2014)... globe is pumping far more pollution into the atmosphere ... by the National Center for Atmospheric Research estimates that ... burned in such fires, emitting gases and particles that ... The new study provides the first rough estimates, on ... monoxide, and mercury that are emitted by the fires. ...
(Date:8/26/2014)... has recommended investing in dog owner education and facilities as ... obesity in both people and their pets. , In a ... that access to dog-friendly walking environments and better education about ... and take more exercise with their pets. , It is ... for a walk. In the UK, almost a quarter of ...
Breaking Biology News(10 mins):And then there were 10 -- unexpected diversity in New Zealand kanuka genus Kunzea 2And then there were 10 -- unexpected diversity in New Zealand kanuka genus Kunzea 3Trash burning worldwide significantly worsens air pollution 2Trash burning worldwide significantly worsens air pollution 3Education and dog-friendly neighbourhoods could tackle obesity 2
... ( Dec.18, 2013) Two Cedars-Sinai physician-researchers have been awarded ... to study how the environment both in the womb ... can affect the newborn and the mother. Pregnancies resulting ... low birth weight, birth defects and infant mortality. Approximately 2 ...
... upward of 170,000 people worldwide this year, but bladder cancer ... fatal the disease must metastasize to faraway sites. The question ... eventually become the more dangerous, muscle-invasive (MI) form of the ... from the start? A University of Colorado Cancer ...
... climate to counteract global warming a subject that ... topic of a December special issue of the journal ... the most detailed description yet of the proposed Oxford ... on the technical hurdles, ethics and regulatory issues related ...
Cached Biology News:Physicians awarded $4 million to study effects of fertility treatments and obstetric care 2Physicians awarded $4 million to study effects of fertility treatments and obstetric care 3Muscle-invasive and non-muscle invasive bladder cancers arise from different stem cells 2Hack the planet? Geoengineering research, ethics, governance explored 2Hack the planet? Geoengineering research, ethics, governance explored 3
No description available in Ensembl. Antigen: Recombinant Protein Epitope Signature Tag (PrEST)....
5(S)-HETE-d8 is used as an internal standard for the quantification of 5(S)-HETE by stable isotope dilution mass spectrometry....
Full-length cDNA clone CS0DJ013YG01 of T cells (Jurkat cell line) of Homo sapiens (human). [Source:Uniprot/SPTREMBL;Acc:Q86SZ3] Antigen: Recombinant Protein Epitope Signature Tag (PrEST)....
...
Biology Products: