Sean Geddes, previously from uOttawa’s Faculty of Medicine, joins ISS as the new Vascular Business Development Manager. In this role, Sean’s responsibilities include assessing new technologies arising from scientific research for commercial potential, developing and implementing commercialisation plans, negotiating licensing agreements, and liaising with industry partners.
Fighting pollution with colourful bacteria: University of Ottawa PhD candidate Daniel Grégoire and Professor Alexandre Poulain believe they have found a way to clean up mercury pollution by using light-loving bacteria naturally found in the environment.
Together with a team of researchers at the University of Havana, Dr. René Roy, a former professor in the Department of Chemistry at the University of Ottawa, developed the world's first semi-synthetic vaccine. There is evidence that a new generation of vaccines is emerging that could save many lives.
The Innovation Support Services hosted a seminar with TandemLaunch’s COO, Matt Smith. This resulted in several discussions around research collaborations with existing Tandem Launch companies, support for University of Ottawa training initiatives, and internships for University of Ottawa students.
See the latest in materials research for health and electronics at this advanced research centre that will build on a collaborative research, education and training base at the University of Ottawa's Centre for Research and Innovation in Catalysis (CCRI), the Centre for Research in Photonic (CRP) and the Ottawa Hospital Research Institute.
As part of the Enhancing the Impact of Your Research event, the Faculty of Medicine and the Innovation Support Services teamed up to present the Turning Research Into Products. The event attracted about twenty students.
Startup Garage's participant Spectrafy Wins a 2017 Bootstrap Awards
Posted on Thursday, March 2, 2017
Spectrafy wins the Green Awards of the 2017 Bootstrap Awards.