November 7, 2015 The Guardian Newspaper, Prince Edward Island
The October 2014 announcement that the federal Venture Capital Expert Panel had chosen the PEI BioAlliance as one of Canada’s top accelerators and incubators was a striking indication of the bioscience sector’s progress in just ten years. One year later, its Emergence incubator — funded with $3.8 million from the National Research Council and matched by private, federal and provincial sources — has enrolled 27 companies with 22 more in “pre-incubation,” the stage when new applicants are screened and mentored before admission. Read full story by Margaret Magner.
Setpember 2015 – Aquaculture Magazine
The Centre for Aquaculture Technologies Canada is launching a new 21,000-square-foot state-of-the-art operation in Souris, Prince Edward Island to provide key resources advancing technologies that improve aquaculture productivity. A wholly-owned subsidiary of the Center for Aquaculture Technologies headquartered in San Diego, California, CATC focuses on R&D and commercialization activities involving cold-water aquatic species, while providing independent contract research services related to fish health, nutrition and genomics.
August 1, 2015 The Guardian Newspaper, Prince Edward Island
In this article published in The Guardian Newspaper, August 2015 – author Margaret Magner talks to Delivra’s CEO about their products, company successes, and the role Prince Edward Island has played in their growth.
March 6, 2015
SkillsPEI is now taking applications from employers and students for its youth focused career support programs for 2015-16. They include the Post-Secondary Summer Employment Program, a new initiative entitled the Career Prep Program, and the Graduate Mentorship Program.
In this feature article, freelance writer Margaret Magner provides a synopsis of discussions that took place between industry experts during the International Animal Health & Nutrition Business Conference – VetHealth Global in Charlottetown, PEI in June 2013. Discussions cover debates on how best to ensure food security and increase productivity necessary for 2050 goals, and the confusing choices facing consumers to support the concept of healthy food options in the face of access, expense, and poor eating habits. Industry experts will gather again in Charlottetown in June 2015 to provide updates and continue discussions in the search of answers to all of these questions and more.