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About this information

In June 2016, as part of the Open Government Action Plan, the Treasury Board of Canada Secretariat (TBS) committed to increasing the transparency and usefulness of grants and contribution data and subsequently launched the Guidelines on the Reporting of Grants and Contributions Awards, effective April 1, 2018.

The rules and principles governing government grants and contributions are outlined in the Treasury Board Policy on Transfer Payments. Transfer payments are transfers of money, goods, services or assets made from an appropriation to individuals, organizations or other levels of government, without the federal government directly receiving goods or services in return, but which may require the recipient to provide a report or other information subsequent to receiving payment. These expenditures are reported in the Public Accounts of Canada. The major types of transfer payments are grants, contributions and 'other transfer payments'.

Included in this category, but not to be reported under proactive disclosure of awards, are (1) transfers to other levels of government such as Equalization payments as well as Canada Health and Social Transfer payments. (2) Grants and contributions reallocated or otherwise redistributed by the recipient to third parties; and (3) information that would normally be withheld under the Access to Information Act and the Privacy Act.

Found 347613 records

Huber, Lee-Anne (Individual or sole proprietorships)

$197,344.00

Sep. 2, 2019
Agreement: Collaborative Research and Development Grants (110_2019_2020_Q2_562) (Sep. 2, 2019 - Sep. 1, 2022)
Description:

The Collaborative Research and Development (CRD) Grants are intended to give companies that operate from a Canadian base access to the unique knowledge, expertise, and educational resources available at Canadian postsecondary institutions and to train students in essential technical skills required by industry. The mutually beneficial collaborations are expected to result in industrial and/or economic benefits to Canada.

Expected Results:

This program supports research partnerships between postsecondary researchers and businesses to bring new products and services closer to market. The program enhances the investments businesses make in research by adding value and supporting innovation on the path from ideas to commercialization. These partnerships also allow firms to access the knowledge base supported through the Discovery Research program.

Organization: Natural Sciences and Engineering Research Council of Canada
Location: GUELPH, Ontario, Canada N1G2W1
DetailsRef # 110_2019_2020_Q2_562 (Grant)
Research Organization: University of Guelph
Program: Research Partnerships

This program supports research partnerships between postsecondary researchers and businesses to bring new products and services closer to market. The program enhances the investments businesses make in research by adding value and supporting innovation on the path from ideas to commercialization. These partnerships also allow firms to access the knowledge base supported through the Discovery Research program.

Bechard-Cote, Francois (Individual or sole proprietorships)

$4,500.00

Jan. 7, 2019
Agreement: Experience Awards (110_2019_2020_Q2_563) (Jan. 7, 2019 - May 6, 2019)
Description:

NSERC’s Experience Awards (previously Industrial Undergraduate Student Research Awards [IUSRA]) offer organizations access to talented natural sciences and engineering undergraduate students for a work term. This cost-shared program allows students to address organization-specific R&D challenges while gaining valuable industrial experience. Experience Awards also let organizations identify potential future full-time employees.

Expected Results:

This program provides grants, scholarships and fellowships to attract, retain and develop the next generation of scientists and engineers, as well as to promote science to Canadian youth to encourage an early interest in science. The student support provided at all postsecondary levels helps Canada develop a talented, skilled and inclusive workforce.

Organization: Natural Sciences and Engineering Research Council of Canada
Location: WATERLOO, Ontario, Canada N2L3G1
DetailsRef # 110_2019_2020_Q2_563 (Grant)
Research Organization: Indal Technologies Inc.
Program: Research Training and Talent Development

This program provides grants, scholarships and fellowships to attract, retain and develop the next generation of scientists and engineers, as well as to promote science to Canadian youth to encourage an early interest in science. The student support provided at all postsecondary levels helps Canada develop a talented, skilled and inclusive workforce.

Ni, Yonghao (Individual or sole proprietorships)

$130,000.00

Jul. 1, 2019
Agreement: Collaborative Research and Development Grants (110_2019_2020_Q2_564) (Jul. 1, 2019 - Jun. 30, 2022)
Description:

The Collaborative Research and Development (CRD) Grants are intended to give companies that operate from a Canadian base access to the unique knowledge, expertise, and educational resources available at Canadian postsecondary institutions and to train students in essential technical skills required by industry. The mutually beneficial collaborations are expected to result in industrial and/or economic benefits to Canada.

Expected Results:

This program supports research partnerships between postsecondary researchers and businesses to bring new products and services closer to market. The program enhances the investments businesses make in research by adding value and supporting innovation on the path from ideas to commercialization. These partnerships also allow firms to access the knowledge base supported through the Discovery Research program.

Organization: Natural Sciences and Engineering Research Council of Canada
Location: FREDERICTON, New Brunswick, Canada E3B5A3
DetailsRef # 110_2019_2020_Q2_564 (Grant)
Research Organization: University of New Brunswick
Program: Research Partnerships

This program supports research partnerships between postsecondary researchers and businesses to bring new products and services closer to market. The program enhances the investments businesses make in research by adding value and supporting innovation on the path from ideas to commercialization. These partnerships also allow firms to access the knowledge base supported through the Discovery Research program.

Khoury, Richard (Individual or sole proprietorships)

$869,565.00

Jul. 1, 2019
Agreement: Collaborative Research and Development Grants (110_2019_2020_Q2_565) (Jul. 1, 2019 - Jun. 30, 2024)
Description:

The Collaborative Research and Development (CRD) Grants are intended to give companies that operate from a Canadian base access to the unique knowledge, expertise, and educational resources available at Canadian postsecondary institutions and to train students in essential technical skills required by industry. The mutually beneficial collaborations are expected to result in industrial and/or economic benefits to Canada.

Expected Results:

This program supports research partnerships between postsecondary researchers and businesses to bring new products and services closer to market. The program enhances the investments businesses make in research by adding value and supporting innovation on the path from ideas to commercialization. These partnerships also allow firms to access the knowledge base supported through the Discovery Research program.

Organization: Natural Sciences and Engineering Research Council of Canada
Location: QUEBEC, Quebec, Canada G1V0A6
DetailsRef # 110_2019_2020_Q2_565 (Grant)
Research Organization: Université Laval
Program: Research Partnerships

This program supports research partnerships between postsecondary researchers and businesses to bring new products and services closer to market. The program enhances the investments businesses make in research by adding value and supporting innovation on the path from ideas to commercialization. These partnerships also allow firms to access the knowledge base supported through the Discovery Research program.

Exuma, David (Individual or sole proprietorships)

$4,500.00

Jan. 7, 2019
Agreement: Experience Awards (110_2019_2020_Q2_566) (Jan. 7, 2019 - May 6, 2019)
Description:

NSERC’s Experience Awards (previously Industrial Undergraduate Student Research Awards [IUSRA]) offer organizations access to talented natural sciences and engineering undergraduate students for a work term. This cost-shared program allows students to address organization-specific R&D challenges while gaining valuable industrial experience. Experience Awards also let organizations identify potential future full-time employees.

Expected Results:

This program provides grants, scholarships and fellowships to attract, retain and develop the next generation of scientists and engineers, as well as to promote science to Canadian youth to encourage an early interest in science. The student support provided at all postsecondary levels helps Canada develop a talented, skilled and inclusive workforce.

Organization: Natural Sciences and Engineering Research Council of Canada
Location: SHERBROOKE, Quebec, Canada J1H5N4
DetailsRef # 110_2019_2020_Q2_566 (Grant)
Research Organization: Paraza Pharma Inc.
Program: Research Training and Talent Development

This program provides grants, scholarships and fellowships to attract, retain and develop the next generation of scientists and engineers, as well as to promote science to Canadian youth to encourage an early interest in science. The student support provided at all postsecondary levels helps Canada develop a talented, skilled and inclusive workforce.

Stolys, Ryan (Individual or sole proprietorships)

$4,500.00

Jan. 7, 2019
Agreement: Experience Awards (110_2019_2020_Q2_567) (Jan. 7, 2019 - May 6, 2019)
Description:

NSERC’s Experience Awards (previously Industrial Undergraduate Student Research Awards [IUSRA]) offer organizations access to talented natural sciences and engineering undergraduate students for a work term. This cost-shared program allows students to address organization-specific R&D challenges while gaining valuable industrial experience. Experience Awards also let organizations identify potential future full-time employees.

Expected Results:

This program provides grants, scholarships and fellowships to attract, retain and develop the next generation of scientists and engineers, as well as to promote science to Canadian youth to encourage an early interest in science. The student support provided at all postsecondary levels helps Canada develop a talented, skilled and inclusive workforce.

Organization: Natural Sciences and Engineering Research Council of Canada
Location: BURNABY, British Columbia, Canada V5A1S6
DetailsRef # 110_2019_2020_Q2_567 (Grant)
Research Organization: OSI Maritime Systems Ltd.
Program: Research Training and Talent Development

This program provides grants, scholarships and fellowships to attract, retain and develop the next generation of scientists and engineers, as well as to promote science to Canadian youth to encourage an early interest in science. The student support provided at all postsecondary levels helps Canada develop a talented, skilled and inclusive workforce.

Huynh, Steven (Individual or sole proprietorships)

$4,500.00

Jan. 7, 2019
Agreement: Experience Awards (110_2019_2020_Q2_568) (Jan. 7, 2019 - May 6, 2019)
Description:

NSERC’s Experience Awards (previously Industrial Undergraduate Student Research Awards [IUSRA]) offer organizations access to talented natural sciences and engineering undergraduate students for a work term. This cost-shared program allows students to address organization-specific R&D challenges while gaining valuable industrial experience. Experience Awards also let organizations identify potential future full-time employees.

Expected Results:

This program provides grants, scholarships and fellowships to attract, retain and develop the next generation of scientists and engineers, as well as to promote science to Canadian youth to encourage an early interest in science. The student support provided at all postsecondary levels helps Canada develop a talented, skilled and inclusive workforce.

Organization: Natural Sciences and Engineering Research Council of Canada
Location: HAMILTON, Ontario, Canada L8S4L8
DetailsRef # 110_2019_2020_Q2_568 (Grant)
Research Organization: Paraza Pharma Inc.
Program: Research Training and Talent Development

This program provides grants, scholarships and fellowships to attract, retain and develop the next generation of scientists and engineers, as well as to promote science to Canadian youth to encourage an early interest in science. The student support provided at all postsecondary levels helps Canada develop a talented, skilled and inclusive workforce.

Smillovich, Juliana (Individual or sole proprietorships)

$4,218.75

Jan. 7, 2019
Agreement: Experience Awards (110_2019_2020_Q2_569) (Jan. 7, 2019 - May 6, 2019)
Description:

NSERC’s Experience Awards (previously Industrial Undergraduate Student Research Awards [IUSRA]) offer organizations access to talented natural sciences and engineering undergraduate students for a work term. This cost-shared program allows students to address organization-specific R&D challenges while gaining valuable industrial experience. Experience Awards also let organizations identify potential future full-time employees.

Expected Results:

This program provides grants, scholarships and fellowships to attract, retain and develop the next generation of scientists and engineers, as well as to promote science to Canadian youth to encourage an early interest in science. The student support provided at all postsecondary levels helps Canada develop a talented, skilled and inclusive workforce.

Organization: Natural Sciences and Engineering Research Council of Canada
Location: SHERBROOKE, Quebec, Canada J1K2R1
DetailsRef # 110_2019_2020_Q2_569 (Grant)
Research Organization: Paraza Pharma Inc.
Program: Research Training and Talent Development

This program provides grants, scholarships and fellowships to attract, retain and develop the next generation of scientists and engineers, as well as to promote science to Canadian youth to encourage an early interest in science. The student support provided at all postsecondary levels helps Canada develop a talented, skilled and inclusive workforce.

Pearcey, Gregory (Individual or sole proprietorships)

$22,500.00

Jul. 1, 2019
Agreement: Postdoctoral Fellowships (110_2019_2020_Q2_57) (Jul. 1, 2019 - Jun. 30, 2021)
Description:

The Postdoctoral Fellowships (PDF) Program provides support to a core of the most promising researchers at a pivotal time in their careers. The fellowships are also intended to secure a supply of highly qualified Canadians with leading-edge scientific and research skills for Canadian industry, government, and universities.

Expected Results:

This program provides grants, scholarships and fellowships to attract, retain and develop the next generation of scientists and engineers, as well as to promote science to Canadian youth to encourage an early interest in science. The student support provided at all postsecondary levels helps Canada develop a talented, skilled and inclusive workforce.

Organization: Natural Sciences and Engineering Research Council of Canada
Location: EVANSTON, United States of America 602082710
DetailsRef # 110_2019_2020_Q2_57 (Grant)
Research Organization: Northwestern University
Program: Research Training and Talent Development

This program provides grants, scholarships and fellowships to attract, retain and develop the next generation of scientists and engineers, as well as to promote science to Canadian youth to encourage an early interest in science. The student support provided at all postsecondary levels helps Canada develop a talented, skilled and inclusive workforce.

Mohammad, Zahin (Individual or sole proprietorships)

$4,500.00

Jan. 7, 2019
Agreement: Experience Awards (110_2019_2020_Q2_570) (Jan. 7, 2019 - May 6, 2019)
Description:

NSERC’s Experience Awards (previously Industrial Undergraduate Student Research Awards [IUSRA]) offer organizations access to talented natural sciences and engineering undergraduate students for a work term. This cost-shared program allows students to address organization-specific R&D challenges while gaining valuable industrial experience. Experience Awards also let organizations identify potential future full-time employees.

Expected Results:

This program provides grants, scholarships and fellowships to attract, retain and develop the next generation of scientists and engineers, as well as to promote science to Canadian youth to encourage an early interest in science. The student support provided at all postsecondary levels helps Canada develop a talented, skilled and inclusive workforce.

Organization: Natural Sciences and Engineering Research Council of Canada
Location: WATERLOO, Ontario, Canada N2L3G1
DetailsRef # 110_2019_2020_Q2_570 (Grant)
Research Organization: Aterica Health Inc.
Program: Research Training and Talent Development

This program provides grants, scholarships and fellowships to attract, retain and develop the next generation of scientists and engineers, as well as to promote science to Canadian youth to encourage an early interest in science. The student support provided at all postsecondary levels helps Canada develop a talented, skilled and inclusive workforce.

Williams-Jones, Anthony (Individual or sole proprietorships)

$114,825.00

Jul. 25, 2019
Agreement: Collaborative Research and Development Grants (110_2019_2020_Q2_571) (Jul. 25, 2019 - Jul. 24, 2022)
Description:

The Collaborative Research and Development (CRD) Grants are intended to give companies that operate from a Canadian base access to the unique knowledge, expertise, and educational resources available at Canadian postsecondary institutions and to train students in essential technical skills required by industry. The mutually beneficial collaborations are expected to result in industrial and/or economic benefits to Canada.

Expected Results:

This program supports research partnerships between postsecondary researchers and businesses to bring new products and services closer to market. The program enhances the investments businesses make in research by adding value and supporting innovation on the path from ideas to commercialization. These partnerships also allow firms to access the knowledge base supported through the Discovery Research program.

Organization: Natural Sciences and Engineering Research Council of Canada
Location: MONTREAL, Quebec, Canada H3A2A7
DetailsRef # 110_2019_2020_Q2_571 (Grant)
Research Organization: McGill University
Program: Research Partnerships

This program supports research partnerships between postsecondary researchers and businesses to bring new products and services closer to market. The program enhances the investments businesses make in research by adding value and supporting innovation on the path from ideas to commercialization. These partnerships also allow firms to access the knowledge base supported through the Discovery Research program.

Zihayatkermani, Morteza (Individual or sole proprietorships)

$238,900.00

Jul. 1, 2019
Agreement: Collaborative Research and Development Grants (110_2019_2020_Q2_572) (Jul. 1, 2019 - Jun. 30, 2022)
Description:

The Collaborative Research and Development (CRD) Grants are intended to give companies that operate from a Canadian base access to the unique knowledge, expertise, and educational resources available at Canadian postsecondary institutions and to train students in essential technical skills required by industry. The mutually beneficial collaborations are expected to result in industrial and/or economic benefits to Canada.

Expected Results:

This program supports research partnerships between postsecondary researchers and businesses to bring new products and services closer to market. The program enhances the investments businesses make in research by adding value and supporting innovation on the path from ideas to commercialization. These partnerships also allow firms to access the knowledge base supported through the Discovery Research program.

Organization: Natural Sciences and Engineering Research Council of Canada
Location: TORONTO, Ontario, Canada M5B2K3
DetailsRef # 110_2019_2020_Q2_572 (Grant)
Research Organization: Ryerson University
Program: Research Partnerships

This program supports research partnerships between postsecondary researchers and businesses to bring new products and services closer to market. The program enhances the investments businesses make in research by adding value and supporting innovation on the path from ideas to commercialization. These partnerships also allow firms to access the knowledge base supported through the Discovery Research program.

Etemad, Ali (Individual or sole proprietorships)

$160,000.00

Sep. 1, 2019
Agreement: Collaborative Research and Development Grants (110_2019_2020_Q2_573) (Sep. 1, 2019 - Aug. 31, 2023)
Description:

The Collaborative Research and Development (CRD) Grants are intended to give companies that operate from a Canadian base access to the unique knowledge, expertise, and educational resources available at Canadian postsecondary institutions and to train students in essential technical skills required by industry. The mutually beneficial collaborations are expected to result in industrial and/or economic benefits to Canada.

Expected Results:

This program supports research partnerships between postsecondary researchers and businesses to bring new products and services closer to market. The program enhances the investments businesses make in research by adding value and supporting innovation on the path from ideas to commercialization. These partnerships also allow firms to access the knowledge base supported through the Discovery Research program.

Organization: Natural Sciences and Engineering Research Council of Canada
Location: KINGSTON, Ontario, Canada K7L3N6
DetailsRef # 110_2019_2020_Q2_573 (Grant)
Research Organization: Queen's University
Program: Research Partnerships

This program supports research partnerships between postsecondary researchers and businesses to bring new products and services closer to market. The program enhances the investments businesses make in research by adding value and supporting innovation on the path from ideas to commercialization. These partnerships also allow firms to access the knowledge base supported through the Discovery Research program.

Gharabaghi, Bahram (Individual or sole proprietorships)

$99,406.00

Jul. 1, 2019
Agreement: Collaborative Research and Development Grants (110_2019_2020_Q2_574) (Jul. 1, 2019 - Jun. 30, 2021)
Description:

The Collaborative Research and Development (CRD) Grants are intended to give companies that operate from a Canadian base access to the unique knowledge, expertise, and educational resources available at Canadian postsecondary institutions and to train students in essential technical skills required by industry. The mutually beneficial collaborations are expected to result in industrial and/or economic benefits to Canada.

Expected Results:

This program supports research partnerships between postsecondary researchers and businesses to bring new products and services closer to market. The program enhances the investments businesses make in research by adding value and supporting innovation on the path from ideas to commercialization. These partnerships also allow firms to access the knowledge base supported through the Discovery Research program.

Organization: Natural Sciences and Engineering Research Council of Canada
Location: GUELPH, Ontario, Canada N1G2W1
DetailsRef # 110_2019_2020_Q2_574 (Grant)
Research Organization: University of Guelph
Program: Research Partnerships

This program supports research partnerships between postsecondary researchers and businesses to bring new products and services closer to market. The program enhances the investments businesses make in research by adding value and supporting innovation on the path from ideas to commercialization. These partnerships also allow firms to access the knowledge base supported through the Discovery Research program.

Bautista-Gomez, Angelo (Individual or sole proprietorships)

$4,500.00

Jan. 7, 2019
Agreement: Experience Awards (110_2019_2020_Q2_575) (Jan. 7, 2019 - May 6, 2019)
Description:

NSERC’s Experience Awards (previously Industrial Undergraduate Student Research Awards [IUSRA]) offer organizations access to talented natural sciences and engineering undergraduate students for a work term. This cost-shared program allows students to address organization-specific R&D challenges while gaining valuable industrial experience. Experience Awards also let organizations identify potential future full-time employees.

Expected Results:

This program provides grants, scholarships and fellowships to attract, retain and develop the next generation of scientists and engineers, as well as to promote science to Canadian youth to encourage an early interest in science. The student support provided at all postsecondary levels helps Canada develop a talented, skilled and inclusive workforce.

Organization: Natural Sciences and Engineering Research Council of Canada
Location: MONTREAL, Quebec, Canada H3C1K3
DetailsRef # 110_2019_2020_Q2_575 (Grant)
Research Organization: Ciena Canada Inc.
Program: Research Training and Talent Development

This program provides grants, scholarships and fellowships to attract, retain and develop the next generation of scientists and engineers, as well as to promote science to Canadian youth to encourage an early interest in science. The student support provided at all postsecondary levels helps Canada develop a talented, skilled and inclusive workforce.

Lévesque, Maude (Individual or sole proprietorships)

$4,500.00

Jan. 7, 2019
Agreement: Experience Awards (110_2019_2020_Q2_576) (Jan. 7, 2019 - May 6, 2019)
Description:

NSERC’s Experience Awards (previously Industrial Undergraduate Student Research Awards [IUSRA]) offer organizations access to talented natural sciences and engineering undergraduate students for a work term. This cost-shared program allows students to address organization-specific R&D challenges while gaining valuable industrial experience. Experience Awards also let organizations identify potential future full-time employees.

Expected Results:

This program provides grants, scholarships and fellowships to attract, retain and develop the next generation of scientists and engineers, as well as to promote science to Canadian youth to encourage an early interest in science. The student support provided at all postsecondary levels helps Canada develop a talented, skilled and inclusive workforce.

Organization: Natural Sciences and Engineering Research Council of Canada
Location: SHERBROOKE, Quebec, Canada J1K2R1
DetailsRef # 110_2019_2020_Q2_576 (Grant)
Research Organization: Bio-K Plus International Inc.
Program: Research Training and Talent Development

This program provides grants, scholarships and fellowships to attract, retain and develop the next generation of scientists and engineers, as well as to promote science to Canadian youth to encourage an early interest in science. The student support provided at all postsecondary levels helps Canada develop a talented, skilled and inclusive workforce.

Cégep de Saint-Hyacinthe (Academia)

$225,000.00

Jul. 1, 2019
Agreement: Applied Research and Development Grants (<$75k) (110_2019_2020_Q2_577) (Jul. 1, 2019 - Jun. 30, 2022)
Description:

The Applied Research and Development (ARD) Grants are intended to provide companies that operate from a Canadian base access to the unique knowledge, expertise and capabilities available at Canadian colleges and to train students in essential technical skills required by companies. The mutually beneficial collaborations are expected to result in economic benefits to the company and/or Canada.

Expected Results:

This program supports research partnerships between postsecondary researchers and businesses to bring new products and services closer to market. The program enhances the investments businesses make in research by adding value and supporting innovation on the path from ideas to commercialization. These partnerships also allow firms to access the knowledge base supported through the Discovery Research program.

Organization: Natural Sciences and Engineering Research Council of Canada
Location: SAINT-HYACINTHE, Quebec, Canada J2S1H9
DetailsRef # 110_2019_2020_Q2_577 (Grant)
Recipient's Operating Name: Cégep de Saint-Hyacinthe
Program: Research Partnerships

This program supports research partnerships between postsecondary researchers and businesses to bring new products and services closer to market. The program enhances the investments businesses make in research by adding value and supporting innovation on the path from ideas to commercialization. These partnerships also allow firms to access the knowledge base supported through the Discovery Research program.

Militzer, Matthias (Individual or sole proprietorships)

$266,640.00

Jul. 2, 2019
Agreement: Collaborative Research and Development Grants (110_2019_2020_Q2_578) (Jul. 2, 2019 - Jul. 1, 2023)
Description:

The Collaborative Research and Development (CRD) Grants are intended to give companies that operate from a Canadian base access to the unique knowledge, expertise, and educational resources available at Canadian postsecondary institutions and to train students in essential technical skills required by industry. The mutually beneficial collaborations are expected to result in industrial and/or economic benefits to Canada.

Expected Results:

This program supports research partnerships between postsecondary researchers and businesses to bring new products and services closer to market. The program enhances the investments businesses make in research by adding value and supporting innovation on the path from ideas to commercialization. These partnerships also allow firms to access the knowledge base supported through the Discovery Research program.

Organization: Natural Sciences and Engineering Research Council of Canada
Location: VANCOUVER, British Columbia, Canada V6T1Z4
DetailsRef # 110_2019_2020_Q2_578 (Grant)
Research Organization: The University of British Columbia
Program: Research Partnerships

This program supports research partnerships between postsecondary researchers and businesses to bring new products and services closer to market. The program enhances the investments businesses make in research by adding value and supporting innovation on the path from ideas to commercialization. These partnerships also allow firms to access the knowledge base supported through the Discovery Research program.

Petersen, Stephan (Individual or sole proprietorships)

$4,500.00

Jan. 2, 2019
Agreement: Experience Awards (110_2019_2020_Q2_579) (Jan. 2, 2019 - May 1, 2019)
Description:

NSERC’s Experience Awards (previously Industrial Undergraduate Student Research Awards [IUSRA]) offer organizations access to talented natural sciences and engineering undergraduate students for a work term. This cost-shared program allows students to address organization-specific R&D challenges while gaining valuable industrial experience. Experience Awards also let organizations identify potential future full-time employees.

Expected Results:

This program provides grants, scholarships and fellowships to attract, retain and develop the next generation of scientists and engineers, as well as to promote science to Canadian youth to encourage an early interest in science. The student support provided at all postsecondary levels helps Canada develop a talented, skilled and inclusive workforce.

Organization: Natural Sciences and Engineering Research Council of Canada
Location: VICTORIA, British Columbia, Canada V8W2Y2
DetailsRef # 110_2019_2020_Q2_579 (Grant)
Research Organization: Industrial Plankton Inc.
Program: Research Training and Talent Development

This program provides grants, scholarships and fellowships to attract, retain and develop the next generation of scientists and engineers, as well as to promote science to Canadian youth to encourage an early interest in science. The student support provided at all postsecondary levels helps Canada develop a talented, skilled and inclusive workforce.

Olsthoorn, Jason (Individual or sole proprietorships)

$22,500.00

Jul. 1, 2019
Agreement: Postdoctoral Fellowships (110_2019_2020_Q2_58) (Jul. 1, 2019 - Jun. 30, 2021)
Description:

The Postdoctoral Fellowships (PDF) Program provides support to a core of the most promising researchers at a pivotal time in their careers. The fellowships are also intended to secure a supply of highly qualified Canadians with leading-edge scientific and research skills for Canadian industry, government, and universities.

Expected Results:

This program provides grants, scholarships and fellowships to attract, retain and develop the next generation of scientists and engineers, as well as to promote science to Canadian youth to encourage an early interest in science. The student support provided at all postsecondary levels helps Canada develop a talented, skilled and inclusive workforce.

Organization: Natural Sciences and Engineering Research Council of Canada
Location: VANCOUVER, British Columbia, Canada V6T1Z4
DetailsRef # 110_2019_2020_Q2_58 (Grant)
Research Organization: The University of British Columbia
Program: Research Training and Talent Development

This program provides grants, scholarships and fellowships to attract, retain and develop the next generation of scientists and engineers, as well as to promote science to Canadian youth to encourage an early interest in science. The student support provided at all postsecondary levels helps Canada develop a talented, skilled and inclusive workforce.

Lambton College of Applied Arts and Technology (Academia)

$225,000.00

Jul. 22, 2019
Agreement: Applied Research and Development Grants (<$75k) (110_2019_2020_Q2_580) (Jul. 22, 2019 - Jul. 21, 2022)
Description:

The Applied Research and Development (ARD) Grants are intended to provide companies that operate from a Canadian base access to the unique knowledge, expertise and capabilities available at Canadian colleges and to train students in essential technical skills required by companies. The mutually beneficial collaborations are expected to result in economic benefits to the company and/or Canada.

Expected Results:

This program supports research partnerships between postsecondary researchers and businesses to bring new products and services closer to market. The program enhances the investments businesses make in research by adding value and supporting innovation on the path from ideas to commercialization. These partnerships also allow firms to access the knowledge base supported through the Discovery Research program.

Organization: Natural Sciences and Engineering Research Council of Canada
Location: SARNIA, Ontario, Canada N7S6K4
DetailsRef # 110_2019_2020_Q2_580 (Grant)
Recipient's Operating Name: Lambton College
Program: Research Partnerships

This program supports research partnerships between postsecondary researchers and businesses to bring new products and services closer to market. The program enhances the investments businesses make in research by adding value and supporting innovation on the path from ideas to commercialization. These partnerships also allow firms to access the knowledge base supported through the Discovery Research program.

Castillo Guerra, Eduardo (Individual or sole proprietorships)

$954,915.00

Jul. 5, 2019
Agreement: Collaborative Research and Development Grants (110_2019_2020_Q2_581) (Jul. 5, 2019 - Jul. 4, 2022)
Description:

The Collaborative Research and Development (CRD) Grants are intended to give companies that operate from a Canadian base access to the unique knowledge, expertise, and educational resources available at Canadian postsecondary institutions and to train students in essential technical skills required by industry. The mutually beneficial collaborations are expected to result in industrial and/or economic benefits to Canada.

Expected Results:

This program supports research partnerships between postsecondary researchers and businesses to bring new products and services closer to market. The program enhances the investments businesses make in research by adding value and supporting innovation on the path from ideas to commercialization. These partnerships also allow firms to access the knowledge base supported through the Discovery Research program.

Organization: Natural Sciences and Engineering Research Council of Canada
Location: FREDERICTON, New Brunswick, Canada E3B5A3
DetailsRef # 110_2019_2020_Q2_581 (Grant)
Research Organization: University of New Brunswick
Program: Research Partnerships

This program supports research partnerships between postsecondary researchers and businesses to bring new products and services closer to market. The program enhances the investments businesses make in research by adding value and supporting innovation on the path from ideas to commercialization. These partnerships also allow firms to access the knowledge base supported through the Discovery Research program.

Sheikholeslami, Ali (Individual or sole proprietorships)

$603,798.00

Jul. 2, 2019
Agreement: Collaborative Research and Development Grants (110_2019_2020_Q2_582) (Jul. 2, 2019 - Jul. 1, 2022)
Description:

The Collaborative Research and Development (CRD) Grants are intended to give companies that operate from a Canadian base access to the unique knowledge, expertise, and educational resources available at Canadian postsecondary institutions and to train students in essential technical skills required by industry. The mutually beneficial collaborations are expected to result in industrial and/or economic benefits to Canada.

Expected Results:

This program supports research partnerships between postsecondary researchers and businesses to bring new products and services closer to market. The program enhances the investments businesses make in research by adding value and supporting innovation on the path from ideas to commercialization. These partnerships also allow firms to access the knowledge base supported through the Discovery Research program.

Organization: Natural Sciences and Engineering Research Council of Canada
Location: TORONTO, Ontario, Canada M5S3G4
DetailsRef # 110_2019_2020_Q2_582 (Grant)
Research Organization: University of Toronto
Program: Research Partnerships

This program supports research partnerships between postsecondary researchers and businesses to bring new products and services closer to market. The program enhances the investments businesses make in research by adding value and supporting innovation on the path from ideas to commercialization. These partnerships also allow firms to access the knowledge base supported through the Discovery Research program.

Ford, Marcus (Individual or sole proprietorships)

$4,500.00

Jan. 2, 2019
Agreement: Experience Awards (110_2019_2020_Q2_583) (Jan. 2, 2019 - May 1, 2019)
Description:

NSERC’s Experience Awards (previously Industrial Undergraduate Student Research Awards [IUSRA]) offer organizations access to talented natural sciences and engineering undergraduate students for a work term. This cost-shared program allows students to address organization-specific R&D challenges while gaining valuable industrial experience. Experience Awards also let organizations identify potential future full-time employees.

Expected Results:

This program provides grants, scholarships and fellowships to attract, retain and develop the next generation of scientists and engineers, as well as to promote science to Canadian youth to encourage an early interest in science. The student support provided at all postsecondary levels helps Canada develop a talented, skilled and inclusive workforce.

Organization: Natural Sciences and Engineering Research Council of Canada
Location: ST. JOHN'S, Newfoundland & Labrador, Canada A1B3X5
DetailsRef # 110_2019_2020_Q2_583 (Grant)
Research Organization: Kraken Robotics Systems Inc.
Program: Research Training and Talent Development

This program provides grants, scholarships and fellowships to attract, retain and develop the next generation of scientists and engineers, as well as to promote science to Canadian youth to encourage an early interest in science. The student support provided at all postsecondary levels helps Canada develop a talented, skilled and inclusive workforce.

Rogak, Steven (Individual or sole proprietorships)

$96,000.00

Aug. 1, 2019
Agreement: Collaborative Research and Development Grants (110_2019_2020_Q2_584) (Aug. 1, 2019 - Jul. 31, 2022)
Description:

The Collaborative Research and Development (CRD) Grants are intended to give companies that operate from a Canadian base access to the unique knowledge, expertise, and educational resources available at Canadian postsecondary institutions and to train students in essential technical skills required by industry. The mutually beneficial collaborations are expected to result in industrial and/or economic benefits to Canada.

Expected Results:

This program supports research partnerships between postsecondary researchers and businesses to bring new products and services closer to market. The program enhances the investments businesses make in research by adding value and supporting innovation on the path from ideas to commercialization. These partnerships also allow firms to access the knowledge base supported through the Discovery Research program.

Organization: Natural Sciences and Engineering Research Council of Canada
Location: VANCOUVER, British Columbia, Canada V6T1Z4
DetailsRef # 110_2019_2020_Q2_584 (Grant)
Research Organization: The University of British Columbia
Program: Research Partnerships

This program supports research partnerships between postsecondary researchers and businesses to bring new products and services closer to market. The program enhances the investments businesses make in research by adding value and supporting innovation on the path from ideas to commercialization. These partnerships also allow firms to access the knowledge base supported through the Discovery Research program.

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