recent oceantech news
St. John’s-based Kraken Robotics has hired a new chief technology officer in the wake of finishing its absorption of fellow Newfoundland and Labrador company PanGeo Subsea and increasing its annual revenue by more than 50 percent.
Founded by former
Canada’s Ocean Supercluster, or OSC, has announced its Two-Eyed Seeing initiative, which aims to promote Indigenous participation in Canada’s ocean economy.
The national group, which is based in Atlantic Canada, said in a statement the initiative
The funding comes as Ashored, which sells fishing gear designed to reduce accidental
British Columbia-based non-profit Ocean Legacy has begun producing what it calls the first commercially available plastic pellet in North America made from 100 per cent recycled ocean plastics. The foundation has also announced a partnership with
Invest Nova Scotia has announced the first six startups participating in its OceanTech Pilot Program, which gives early-stage bluetech companies the chance to test their pre-commercialization products.
The participating companies will split $50,000
Halifax- and Ontario-based GreenSage Prebiotics has been accepted into Charlottetown’s Emergence virtual incubator for life sciences companies and is raising a $700,000 angel round as it prepares to commercialize its fish food supplement in early
Montreal-based Whale Seeker has been awarded a $529,000 contract from Innovative Solutions Canada to use its artificial intelligence technology to analyze Arctic marine mammal stocks.
The parties issued a press release last week saying Whale Seeker