An Ottawa company’s artificial intelligence solution could help reduce the hydro bills of some local businesses thanks in part to a funding boost from a federal government fund
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In search of safer cities, University of Ottawa researchers eye new uses for big data and vehicular crowd-sensing
Potholes detection, collision severity assessments among potential applications
Dr. Roseann O’Reilly Runte shares her vision for the future of education and industry
An Ottawa startup looking to change how the health-care sector regrows parts of the human body has raised $500,000 from a group of friends, family and some well-known Ottawa angels
Members of Ottawa’s tech and academic communities will guide the federal government in shaping policy decisions around artificial intelligence.
Prior to the year 2000, the National Capital Region only experienced three tornadoes in its recorded history. Since then, there’s been 15.
A new source of federal funding means a boon of up to $3.5 million in grants for doctors, engineers and scientists at two of Ottawa’s post-secondary institutions and research institutes.
Two of Ottawa’s universities have received a total of $2.5 million in new funding aimed at training the next generation of tech entrepreneurs.
Techopia Live went inside the University of Ottawa’s new space in the Kanata North tech park this week to hear about how the direct partnership between local industry and academia came to
Arthritis is one of this country’s most common illnesses, with nearly one in six Canadians suffering from the disease. There’s currently no known cure – something researchers in Canada’s capital are…