Ontario start-up builds and commercializes tools based on classical quantum information theory to ensure the highest level of security and communication over public and private networks, paving the way for the future quantum Internet
Dr. Seyyedarash Haddadi developed a novel, low-cost compound — made from a graphene oxide-silver combination — that can be used as part of a coating material for masks; this material makes them 99.99 percent effective against transmission of COVID-19.
Small business entrepreneur and postdoctoral fellow at University of Waterloo uses machine learning to develop first-of-its-kind technology that has the potential to fight aquaculture’s problem with harmful algae blooms, which injure fish.
A Mitacs intern and master’s student has helped Moncton-based Picomole harness the power of AI to make a major breakthrough in combining machine learning and breath analysis, which is considered a game changer in healthcare.
With the support of Dalhousie University students, a Nova Scotia-based start-up is developing a first-of-its-kind smart coating for ships. The company has recently won a Mitacs Entrepreneur Award for its innovation.
For several start-ups that are resident at JLABS @ Toronto, not even COVID-19 has paused their plans to recruit talent and scale up; they counted on Mitacs’s programs to help set their businesses up for potential success.
Montréal-based small business launches a smartwatch that measures the blood oxygen level, body temperature, and heart rate, enabling early detection of COVID-19 symptoms and support for seniors in residences.
Entrepreneur and former Mitacs intern Andrée-Ann Adam’s invention prevents gum disease, improving the health of pets’ teeth. Now her small business is on a trajectory for success thanks to increasing demand.