Alberta Innovates officially launched on Nov. 1, 2016.

The transition to one corporation will continue over the coming months. Until a refreshed Alberta Innovates site can be built, information about our programs in the bio sector is available on this website (formerly Alberta Innovates Bio Solutions).


BioCleantech Forum   BioCleantech Forum, November 1 to 3, 2016 in Ottawa is for policy makers, large GHG emitters, NGOs, and biomass feedstock and technology suppliers to have a dialogue on the deployment of Canada's biomass resources to reduce GHG emissions, generate significant employment, and serve as the basis for an innovation-rich sustainable economy. Presented by BioFuelNet Canada. Supported by Alberta Innovates Bio Solutions and CCEMC. 


October 03, 2016

Making innovation work for Alberta is the key to unlocking our economic potential, creating new knowledge and new jobs, and moving great ideas into real global potential...At Alberta Innovates, we understand that developing a great idea into a new technology, product, process or therapy is never a given. It means taking risks, using a broad array of supports, and investing the time and input of many people working together, across disciplines, sectors and areas of expertise.

September 28, 2016

Biotechnology company Ceapro Inc. is expanding! Ceapro has opened a new, state-of-the-art bioprocessing facility in Edmonton, thanks in part to scale-up and commercialization funding from Alberta Innovates Bio Solutions. The company is known for its oat extracts in name-brand skin products such as Aveeno and Dove. 

August 25, 2016

Bio-based spray foam, and wall and roofing panels, are among the environmentally friendly products being commercialized thanks to a new conversion process developed by University of Alberta researchers, funded by AI Bio.