Kevin Nicholds

The Business Development Bank of Canada is putting $8 million from its cleantech fund into a made-in-Ottawa metal powder with the potential to reduce fuel consumption and waste in a varie
A well-funded Ottawa startup is turning to a local post-secondary institution for R&D support in hopes of turning a tiny powder into a big win.
A local entrepreneur believes a powder made of fine aluminum particles is the raw material that will build Ottawa’s next billion-dollar company.
One of the United States’ largest defence contractors is investing US$5 million in an Ottawa-based material sciences startup with ambitions to take 3D printing to the next level.