Building the Bioeconomy educates Canadians on our country’s growing bioeconomy sector and introduces them to new ways that our economy can find more sustainable solutions to the world’s problems.
There’s a lot to consider when working toward a bio-based and sustainable lifestyle, but some activists — like actress Nikki Reed — are here to help.
Canadians have enjoyed more than a billion cups of delicious coffee from PurPod100™ compostable pods, while reducing their environmental footprint.
A typical product is made, used, and discarded, but it doesn’t have to be that way. Researchers at the University of Guelph are developing greener products from renewable materials to help shift the province towards a circular economy.
Natural Products Canada has the privilege of working with some of Canada’s best and brightest bioeconomy innovators — like these ten companies.
Tara McKenna, Founder of The Zero Waste Collective, on committing to a zero-waste and energy-efficiency lifestyle not only every day, but during a pandemic.
Bioscience innovation is rapidly growing in Prince Edward Island. PEI BioAlliance is launching two new programs to support the momentum.
The pandemic prompted an unprecedented influx of vaccine and therapeutic projects for Canadian biotech companies — and Biodextris is rising to the challenge.
Work-integrated learning programs can help biotech companies attract and retain the talent they need to innovate. BioTalent Canada helps companies adapt.
Vancouver-based Precision NanoSystems Inc. is a leading supplier of genetic vaccine and therapeutic manufacturing technologies and services.
Cell and gene therapies are the future of medicine, and Canada can become a leader with strategic public-private partnerships and continued investment.
Bioscience research, including crucial work on COVID-19 treatments, is thriving in the heart of Canada, and BAM has launched a newsletter to highlight it.
Whether you need the right wood supply or to develop novel biochemicals, the Lakehead’s Biorefining Research Institute can help you meet your needs.
As Executive Director and Board Member of the Alberta Energy Efficiency Alliance, Amy Roesler knows the importance of living an energy-efficient lifestyle.
Canada may be losing its status as a top global destination for new medicine launches. Why, and how can we keep up? Life Sciences Ontario explains.