Tag : IRAP Mid-Size Project

Canadian Government Funding Aids Agricultural Research Project

The Government of Canada is providing up to $237,000 in small business grants to help EarthFresh Farms improve production and expand their workforce in Burlington, Ontario. The investment will allow the company to optimize product output and reduce food waste by identifying defects in Ontario-grown potatoes. In addition, EarthFresh Farms

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NRC-IRAP Research Grants Help Kraken Sonar Develop Marine Robotics

Marine technology manufacturer, Kraken Sonar Systems Inc., will receive up to $1.47 million in NRC IRAP research grants to support the development of underwater robotics. This investment will help the company develop a technology demonstration platform to increase Autonomous Underwater Vehicle (AUV) capabilities.

The contribution will be provided through the NRC-IRAP

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NRC-IRAP Grants Support Manufacturing Production Upgrades in the Yukon

Northerm Windows and Doors has been awarded over $130,000 in government grants to help enhance its production capabilities at its facility in Whitehorse, Yukon. NRC-IRAP grants will allow Northerm to implement automation technologies and execute lean manufacturing process improvements. As a result, the company will double manufacturing capacity and boost its market

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IRAP Research Grants: Comparing Accelerated Review Process vs. Mid-Size Project Funding

Update: The National Research Council (NRC) now offers project-based funding through a single Industrial Research Assistance Program (IRAP). Please visit the NRC-IRAP Research Project Contributions page for more information.
The National Research Council Canada (NRC) created the Industrial Research Assistance Program (NRC-IRAP) as a suite of Canadian government funding programs that

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$425k in Canadian Government Funding Supports AgriTech Development

The Government of Canada is investing in agricultural technologies that increase farming productivity. As recently announced by the Canadian federal government, up to $425,000 in repayable government funding has been committed through the Western Innovation Initiative (WINN). This funding will assist a British Columbian technology developer to create a system

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Google Canada Invests $4.5M to Research Artificial Intelligence Technology

Canada’s leading advanced technology businesses continue to thrive because of constant investments into innovative R&D. In 2015 alone, the Canadian technology industry contributed more than $9.1 million towards innovative research and development initiatives. This is a calculated approach to growth, since research typically leads to innovation and to international competitiveness.


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