Monday, April 27, 2009

Canadian Organizations Receive $2.8 Million Funding Boost for Development of Intelligent Systems

Precarn, an independent, non-profit company that supports the pre-commercial development of leading-edge technologies, announces funding for six first-of-their-kind innovations. Ottawa-based Precarn Incorporated announced $2.8 million in funding to promote the research and development (R&D) efforts of six first-of-their-kind intelligent systems projects in Alberta. Under the program, which is administered by Precarn - a not-for-profit company representing a national network of corporations, universities, colleges, research institutes and government partners engaged in the development of enabling technologies - Alberta companies and academic organizations will commercially develop or advance innovative made-in-Canada advanced technologies. With support from Precarn, project leaders of Alberta-based companies will have the opportunity to work not only with other Alberta research organizations, but also with researchers and business partners from across Canada. The goal is to… View this post

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