Canada’s largest centre for ocean research is home to 600 scientists, engineers, technicians and natural resource managers and support staff from the federal departments of Fisheries and Oceans, Environment and Climate Change, Natural Resources, and National Defence.
BIOTIC is a multi-site imaging centre. Its multidisciplinary and cross-functional teams provide expertise in imaging research and development and collaborate on commercial development projects with industry partners, and research and development projects
Internationally-known for its successful treatment of the symptoms of Parkinson’s Disease.
COVE is a collaborative facility for applied innovation in the ocean sector.
CDL is a seed-stage program for massively scalable, science-based companies leveraging Dalhousie University’s world-class research expertise in ocean, clean, and environmental technology, as well as agri-food and bioproducts
A world leader in ocean research and home to the Ocean Frontier Institute (OFI), Ocean Tracking Network (OTN), and Marine Environmental Observation, Prediction and Response Network (MEOPAR). Dalhousie University’s Innovation and Design in Engineering and Architecture (ideaHUB). The ideaHUB unites faculties and incorporates state-of-the-art design labs, research facilities, and engineering and incubation space.
Nova Scotia’s early-stage venture capital organization helps startups start and scale, with a focus on tech, life sciences, clean tech, and ocean tech.
The IWK is a teaching institution affiliated with Dalhousie University and serves as a primary clinical resource for pediatric and obstetric teaching of a broad range of health professions.
The LSRI is an integrated facility where scientists, students and entrepreneurs work together to improve the quality of health of Nova Scotians, Atlantic Canadians, and those across the country.
NSCC has advanced applied research in renewable energy, ocean research, engineered technology, environmental science, geomatics and more.
The largest adult academic health sciences centre in Atlantic Canada. Nearly 300 NSHA researchers are engaged in more than 1200 research projects across Nova Scotia in any given year.
Volta is one of Canada’s largest innovation hubs for tech companies ranging from ocean technology and health innovation to enterprise solutions and marketplaces.