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.
All OSC stakeholders are encouraged to come to the launch of the Ocean Supercluster’s IP and Data strategies, two integral components of technology leadership programs and projects, and important strategic frameworks for a strong and dynamic Supercluster.
Please join us in extending a very warm welcome to the newest team members of Canada’s Ocean Supercluster.
On Tuesday March 26th, over 450 stakeholders from across Canada came together to: learn about the value of becoming an Ocean Supercluster member, discuss ecosystem building opportunities, increase their understanding about how to initiate and develop collaborative technology leadership projects, and most importantly highlight the urgency of Canada’s ocean opportunity.
Dear Stakeholders, It is with great pleasure and excitement that I begin my position as Chief Executive Officer of Canada’s Ocean Supercluster.
Canada’s Ocean Supercluster (OSC) is pleased to announce the appointment of Kendra MacDonald as Chief Executive Officer (CEO).