Supporting the Commercializing of Research In New Brunswick

Today, the New Brunswick Innovation Foundation is announcing the recipients of the first round of 2020’s Equipment Fund, valued at nearly $250,000 i...
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MESH/diversity: Creating Inclusive and Safe Workplaces

MESH/diversity is a Saint John-based start-up that recently closed a $750,000 funding round to accelerate its growth, led by NBIF and our friends at C...
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Tips for writing a successful NBIF Research Application

As a researcher myself, I understand crafting a funding application takes a significant amount of time and effort, and that it is incredibly disappoin...
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5 Myths of a Start-up

If you watch television news, read a newspaper or spend any time on Twitter, you might have run into David Shipley, CEO of Fredericton-based Beau...
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Ground-breaking Cancer Research Underway in New Brunswick

At the end of 2013, NBIF announced a five-year commitment to creating Research Chairs for academics exploring research ripe for commercialization in a...
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Filling A Key Funding Gap

As part of our continuing efforts to improve our research funding offerings, our team at NBIF undertook a review of innovation funding in New Brunswic...
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Applied Research Spotlight: Q&A with Mount Allison’s Dr. Justin Liefer

What if we could turn pollution in water into energy?  With support from our Equipment Fund, that’s what Dr. Liefer, an assistant professor in ...
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Building Academia and Industry Collaborations

Significant research happens in New Brunswick’s universities, colleges and institutions, but, like many other places around the world that research ...
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Negotiations- Is it winner take all?

I was watching a show last night and there was a typical scene where the Billionaire business-person was claiming that “this is a negotiation, and n...
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Gray Wolf Analytics is Taking Bitcoin Mainstream

Fredericton’s Gray Wolf Analytics makes a strong case for the link between academia, innovation, and economic prosperity. They are a start-up compan...
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Addressing the Complex Social Problems Facing New Brunswickers

Enacting systematic or large-scale change isn’t easy. With new approaches to addressing some of New Brunswick’s economic, social, and cult...
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Q&A – Exploring the Loneliness that Came with COVID-19

It’s been very clear to many that a side effect of COVID-19 is the loneliness that people have felt being physically and socially isolated from thei...
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