Tag : Collaborative Funding Programs

EUREKA: International Collaboration for Technology Development

EUREKA is an intergovernmental network of 41 countries that promotes cooperative innovation across borders. Established in 1985, this program funds international collaborative projects for market-oriented, technology research and development and innovation (R&D&I) between two or more member countries.

By virtue of Canada’s membership with EUREKA as an Associated Country (renewed in

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Ontario-Israel Collaboration Program: International Research Funding

Development and commercialization of innovative technologies is often a complex process that requires multiple contributors. While most Canadian firms choose to innovate independently, working with research partners offers several benefits. Not only do collaborative research and development projects support improved project outcomes, but they also help control costs and offer

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12 Health Tech Projects Invigorated with $5.5M Government Grants

The government of Ontario has recently supported 12 collaborative projects between businesses and healthcare institutions to commercialize innovative medical technologies. Through the Health Technologies Fund (HTF), each research project will receive Ontario government grants to develop, test, and integrate cutting-edge technologies into provincial health care institutions.
Health Technologies Fund will provide

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