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 research agency funded by the Government of Alberta 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 more about AI Bio in Brochure, Highlights Report 2014, Success Stories, Annual Report, and Business Plan.
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Impact Innovation 2015 - "SAVE THE DATE" for Wednesday, May 13, 2015
The Alberta Prion Research Institute is partnering with Lakeland College and Medicine Hat College to host free public lectures featuring Jay Ingram, former host of Daily Planet and Quirks and Quarks. Lectures will be held in Lloydminster, Pincher Creek and Brooks. Mr. Ingram will be joined by Stefanie Czub, Adjunct Professor, University of Calgary, and Research Manager, Canadian Food Inspection Agency and Valerie Sim, Assistant Professor, University of Alberta.
June 24, 2014
Edmonton, Canada…Four PhD students to receive prestigious Walsh Fellowships. Teagasc, Ireland's agriculture and food development authority, and Alberta Innovates Bio Solutions and the University of Alberta in Canada have signed an agreement that will result in additional highly qualified personnel working in the agri-food sector.
June 13, 2014
Ceapro Inc., an Alberta Innovates Bio Solutions-supported company, has won the prestigious Golf Leaf award by BIOTECanada for excellence in agricultural and industrial biotechnology. Ceapro is a small Alberta-based manufacturer of oat-based natural ingredients used in personal care and cosmetic products. Nominated and judged by biotechnology industry leaders, the awards honour companies and individuals who have made significant contributions to the growth of Canada's biotech sector. Ceapro has been financially supported by Alberta Innovates Bio Solutions through its Advancing Materials and Chemicals program.
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October 31, 2014CHICAGO Three mutations in genes associated with Alzheimer disease (AD) are described by researchers in the November issue of The
October 31, 2014Amy talks to Dr. Rogers about a new Alzheimer's study that is showing promising results with methods already used by Performance Medicine.
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