Fredericton-based Smart Skin Technologies has received about $4.5 million in funding to help develop new quality assurance products for the pharmaceutical and beverage industries and expand its markets.
Chances are, some of your friends are looking a bit older thanks to FaceApp which has already taken the internet by storm.
One cybersecurity expert, however, is warning these fun apps can come with consequences.
Propel has created a sales award in recognition of Gerry Pond and his contribution to the Atlantic Canadian innovation and entrepreneurial ecosystem.
A Canadian-made wellness platform is helping students at the University of Alberta become more aware of and engaged in their own mental health.
Smart Skin Technologies, award-winning manufacturer of pressure sensing container devices and analytics used by global brands in beverage, food production and pharmaceutical industries, recently closed a Canadian $3.1 million strategic investment led by SCHOTT AG.
SHIFT Energy’s Energy Optimization Software (EOS) recently became an approved Real Time Energy Management (RTEM) vendor as part BC Hydro’s Continuous Optimization program (C.Op program), which provides assistance to customers to save energy and improve operations. The primary focus of the program is on reducing the energy use of heating ventilation and air-conditioning (HVAC) systems by making improvements to the Building Automation System (BAS).
An educational campaign to encourage individuals, businesses and public entities in the province to buy more New Brunswick products, services and experiences was launched across the province. Driven by a private-sector-led association called Excellence NB, which was also announced, the initiative has the goal of empowering New Brunswickers to power up their own economy.