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Engineering a better raincoat: a Dalhousie Capstone project story

Tuesday, September 24, 2019

This is the story of what happens when you bring together engineering students and the fashion industry.

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Surrette Battery Company: Expanding rural power

Sunday, September 1, 2019

Surrette Battery Company is growing. With the help of NSBI’s Innovation Rebate Program, the company is expanding its Springhill facility and incorporating advanced technologies into its production line. Not only will this increase productivity and capacity, it will help create up to 18 skilled, full-time positions.

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A home made from excess plastic bottles in Nova Scotia, Canada

In a world of excess plastic bottles, JD Composites found their home

Wednesday, July 3, 2019

With the use of over 600,000 plastic bottles, JD Composites has created the first concept home of its kind.

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Nautel technology radio transmission

Nautel: 50 years of worry-free transmission

Wednesday, March 27, 2019

How does a radio transmission company in Nova Scotia reach 50 years of operation? Just ask Nautel.

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Atlantic Canada's next wave of ocean tech investment and activity

Monday, January 28, 2019

It’s hard to pick a single year out of centuries of living and working on the ocean, but future Atlantic Canadians may look back on 2018 as one for the books in ocean technology.

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Story of the year: Oceans

Monday, July 23, 2018

We see tremendous opportunity in collaboration. The Ocean Supercluster will create an integrated network of relationships amongst industry, regulators, researchers, technology developers, and policy-makers. Canada’s Ocean Supercluster based here in Atlantic Canada will generate $300 million in investment in the next five years. That funding will contribute to changing the capacity for innovation in the region.

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Turning the world on its ear

Monday, July 23, 2018

We’re here to stay, we’re here to innovate, we’re here to hire, we’re here to compete, and we’re here to give back to Nova Scotia.

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Mining our Marine Resources, Naturally

Monday, October 1, 2018

Surrounded by more than 7,400 km of coastline, Nova Scotia’s economy is closely connected to the ocean. So naturally, our businesses understand its resources – which is why we’re innovators when it comes to natural health products derived from marine resources.

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Nova Scotia: Digitally transforming sustainable mobility in oceans

Monday, May 28, 2018

A vital, sustainable ocean is critical for the future of our planet. This sustainability can only be achieved through innovating and transforming how we use our oceans – for food, energy, environmental stability, and perhaps most importantly - mobility.   

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From Marine and Environmental Law to The Ocean Cleanup

Tuesday, February 27, 2018

Nicholas took advantage of a unique opportunity offered by Dalhousie University to become more deeply involved in maritime, environmental, and fisheries law in Nova Scotia.

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