Ottawa firm that's pioneering a process of regrowing spinal cord tissue and other body parts using plant-based materials has attracted big-name investors to boost its R&D efforts.
Startup hopes special designation will help it gain faster approval for revolutionary “biohacking” technology.
Biotech startup believes its research could revolutionize the treatment of spinal cord injuries.
La Cité’s La Factorie Desjardins is already attracting some of the city’s hottest early stage companies
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
Some of the University of Ottawa’s top entrepreneurial talent will be taking their early stage businesses to Silicon Valley this spring.
Unlike our fleshy human bodies, when trees break a limb, they don’t have casts put on their branches.
Andrew Pelling, the University of Ottawa researcher known for treating “biology like hardware,” has been named a TED2017 Senior Fellow.
Most people might not see how growing a human ear from an apple could be the key to disrupting the multibillion-dollar regenerative health sector.