Local tech leaders hope deal will set the stage for more Silicon Valley firms to establish or expand their presence in the region.
Five-year, US$21-million program will see BlackBerry QNX provide technology, while Carleton will create a new on-campus research facility for students.
Site is part of the larger Hub350, which is billed as a “state-of-the-art global technology centre” bringing together local tech, finance and academic talent.
Tech giant signs five-year deal to provide “joint research and educational initiatives” and become an adviser at university’s big data analytics hub.
It's the third time commerce grad Humphrey Law has created a financial award for students at his alma mater.
Topics covered in new 14-week certificate program include drafting legal agreements to maintain control of IP, monetizing patented innovations and protecting trade secrets.
Research could also help to reduce airborne transmission of COVID-19 in indoor environments, such as commercial office buildings
Carleton U's Benoit-Antoine Bacon among mental health advocates to be honoured at Royal Ottawa Foundation’s Inspiration Awards
Education leader is one of five individuals being honoured with an Inspiration Award during virtual event on March 4.
New 25,000-square-foot facility will feature a makerspace as well as design studios, workshops and meeting areas.
Technology targeted at users with disabilities has captured the attention of Canada’s largest airport and a global hotel chain since the pandemic began.