AN ECOSYSTEM OF COLLABORATIVE RESOURCES TO PROPEL YOUR PROJECTS AND BUSINESSES
The Quebec Biotechnologies and Life Sciences Business Network.
Canada’s Voice for Biotechnology. BIOTECanada is the national industry association with over 200 members located nation wide, reflecting the diverse nature of Canada’s health, industrial and agricultural biotechnology sectors.
MEDEC is the national association created by and for the Canadian medical technology industry.
Innovative Medicines Canada
Innovative Medicines Canada represents Canada’s innovative pharmaceutical industry. Their membership consists of more than 50 companies, from established organizations to fledgling startups, all of whom are revolutionizing healthcare through the discovery and development of new medicines and vaccines.
INCUBATORS, ACCELERATORS, TECHNO-PARKS
The Biotech City is a Montreal Metropolitan biotechnology and life science cluster including a dedicated technology park that was created by a partnership between LAVAL TECHNOPOLE and the INRS (Institut national de la recherche scientifique).
Located in the heart of the City of Biotechnology and Human Health of Metropolitan Montreal, CQIB is recognized worldwide as a leader in nurturing life science and health technology start-ups.
Accelerator for businesses in the Health IT and Health Telecommunications sector .
The NEOMED Institute is a response to the changing pharma R&D business model. In view of the considerable gap between basic research and the commercialization of new drugs, we seek to create a bridge.
Technoparc Montréal’s mission is to offer real estate environnments and solutions that facilitates technological innovation, collaboration and success in order to expand the development of the Saint-Laurent Campus, the Quartier de la santé and the Éco-campus Hubert Reeves.
Aligo Innovation is a university research commercialization company in Quebec arising from the merger of Valeo Management and MSBI Valorisation. Aligo is dedicated to commercializing the intellectual property assets of its partner institutions.
Univalor works to commercialize scientific findings and technological innovations emanating from some 2600 researchers of the Université de Montréal and its affiliated health centres, Polytechnique Montréal and HEC Montréal in the areas of pure and applied sciences, engineering, information technology, management sciences, life sciences and human health.
IMPORTANT INFORMATION ON CONTENT
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