Alberta Innovates Bio Solutions (AI Bio) invests in research and innovation to grow prosperity in Alberta's agriculture, food and forestry sectors.
We are a publicly funded board-governed corporation that works with partners to identify, coordinate and fund research projects. We help solve industry challenges with solutions that deliver economic, environmental and social benefits. Read Brochure. Read Highlights Report 2013.
EDMONTON...Projects to support green building products, bioplastic and biochar. Alberta Innovates Bio Solutions is funding six new bioindustrial projects through its Bioindustrial Research and Innovation Program 2012-13. This targeted program aims to stimulate development of new bioindustrial products and processes from biomass and may lead to new business opportunities for the forest and agricultural sectors in Alberta and Canada.
June 17, 2013
Edmonton-A new national research program established today at the University of Alberta Faculty of Engineering strengthens the ability of industry and government to make evidence-based decisions about energy pathways and resources while finding ways to conserve water and reduce greenhouse gas emissions. Amit Kumar, a professor in the Department of Mechanical Engineering has been appointed as the Natural Sciences and Engineering Research Council of Canada / Cenovus / Alberta Innovates Associate Industrial Research Chair in Energy and Environmental Systems Engineering and is the inaugural chairholder of the Cenovus Energy Endowed Chair in Environmental Engineering. View photos.
June 17, 2013
MONTREAL...Building code certification is next step for structural insulated panels. Dr. Jon Makar from the Ottawa-based National Research Council and his research team have been awarded $180,000 in grant funding from the Alberta Innovates Bio Solutions' Bioindustrial Research and Innovation program for research on a new green building product.
June 19, 2013June 19, 2013MRI showed that the distribution of white-matter brain abnormalities in some patients after mild traumatic brain injury closely resembled conditions found in early Alzheimer's dementia, in a study published online June 18 in Radiology.
June 19, 2013Provided by the National Science Foundation & NBC Learn In this 21st Century Chemist profile, Georgia Institute of Technology chemist Stefan France describes his work designing "neuro-protective" molecules that he hopes might be used to prevent or slow the effects of diseases such as Alzheimer's in
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