What do people make with the technology?
The first project I found was a project where they ended up being able to control NES games with their body. 252 more words
Despite its recent fiscal challenges and what a recent report described as the erosion of Canada’s research competitiveness, the University of Saskatchewan is “punching above its weight,” according to the country’s parliamentary secretary for science. 366 more words
Two Saskatoon-based technology companies have been chosen to participate in a new scale-up program at Wilfrid Laurier University’s Lazaridis Institute, which aims to make Canadian tech firms more competitive on a global scale. 286 more words
FREDERICTON — New Brunswick researchers are plotting what they call the “factories of the future” by developing 3D-printing technologies they said could pave the way for the next industrial revolution. 698 more words
Jordan Boesch sits in a glassed-in office on the second floor of his company’s downtown Saskatoon headquarters — a funky space filled with exposed brick and Macbooks, entirely hidden from the street below — talking happily about a big deposit in the firm’s bank account. 767 more words
An Edmonton company that supplies technology that helps hundreds of thousands of American truckers highball past time-consuming highway inspection stops has finally brought its service to Alberta. 566 more words