Former Pythian president Keith Millar now heads CryoStasis, a fledgling startup whose technology aims to make organ transplants and stem-cell research more viable.
A new report says digital technology has become so widespread at such a rapid pace that Canadians have little idea what information is being collected about them or how it is used.
The collaboration will advance market entry into the U.S. or Canada for entrepreneurs and business leaders through the Soft-Landings Program, which encourages cross-border partnerships.
From small community services to large non-profits, Eastern Ontario's non-profit organizations play their own role in driving economic and social change and development.
Greg Vanclief advised and mentored more than 100 startups during his 20-year career at Ottawa-based investment firm.
Ten startups accepted new program for women-led technology companies in the Kingston-Belleville-Brockville area.
L-Spark and Queen's recently announced Compass North, an accelerator program targeting female entrepreneurs in Belleville, Kingston and Brockville
Carleton University announced on Monday a nine-year, $1.8-million partnership with Cisco Canada that will see the university establish a new Research Chair in Sensor Technology for the Internet of
One of the Ottawa region’s most well-known local businessmen has died.
Sky’s the limit for robotics startup: Carleton student lands $500,000 contract for space agency software design
A new Canadian space industry startup based in Ottawa has its sights set high after landing its first major contract with the Canadian Space Agency.