Connecting Virtually Has Never Been More Important
Canada’s Ocean Supercluster Launches New Website and Member Portal
As we continue to take necessary measures to protect ourselves and each other amid the pandemic, we look to the coming weeks and months knowing there is uncertainty around when regular activity can resume. Our team is working closely with members and partners as we finalize new projects, advance others from proposal to contracting, and
As COVID-19 cases grow in Canada, it’s more important than ever that we all take the necessary steps to slow the spread of the virus in our communities. The most consistent advice we have been given tells us unless you are an essential worker, stay home.
In the last week, we have seen the global concern about COVID-19 and its presence in Canada grow. We want to acknowledge that, above all, the health and safety of each other and our communities is most important.
Today Canada’s Ocean Supercluster team, with the support of the Government of Canada and other project partners, announced its first Innovation Ecosystem Project, representing an unprecedented investment and collaboration to make Atlantic Canada one of the best places to start and grow ocean companies.
As we embark on an exciting year ahead, our team now spans six cities across the Atlantic Region with a relentless drive to grow the ocean economy in a way that has never been done before.
Ocean Frontier Institute, Canada’s Ocean Supercluster, and Innovacorp work together to provide seed money for innovative, ocean-related research projects
Ocean researchers in Atlantic Canada can now apply for a fourth round of seed funding thanks to a new collaboration among Canada’s Ocean Supercluster, Innovacorp, and the Ocean Frontier Institute (OFI).
During the 2018/2019 fiscal year, an interim board was in place to oversee the operations of the organization. Five of the original interim board members will remain on the 2019/2020 Board of Directors.
To help capture an inclusive, pan-Canadian picture of the private enterprise, research and educational institutions, and innovation ecosystem stakeholders in this country’s ocean economy, the Ocean Technology Alliance Canada (OTAC) with delivery partner OceansAdvance, is leading the development of a digital ocean asset map and database.
Canada’s Ocean Supercluster (OSC) is pleased to announce the conditional approval of the Supercluster’s first Technology Leadership Project.