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Monthly Archives: January 2015

GenoLogics Releases BioVault Biospecimen Management Software

GenoLogics, the leading developer of translational research informatics solutions for life sciences organizations, today announced its partnership with GenVault Corporation for its […]

Strong Punjab Contingent for 'India Calling' in Canada

Punjab will send a strong and high- powered delegation to represent the state at the India Calling Conference in Canada from June 14 to 19 this year. The Conference is being organized at Vancouver and Toronto.

The delegation, to be led by a Cabinet Minister, would comprise leading lights from the world of trade, commerce, industry, agriculture, education, literature, healthcare, infrastructure development, NRI welfare and information technology.

The decision was taken after the Canadian High Commissioner in India, David Malone called on the Punjab Chief Minister Parkash Singh Badal here this morning.

BC Government Accepts Drug Plan Recommendations

British Columbia Government

Government has accepted all of the recommendations from the Pharmaceutical Task
Force, announced Health Minister George Abbott today.

“The task force has provided us with insightful analysis on improving patient care and
enhancing the quality, safety and value of our world-class PharmaCare program,” said Abbott. “Their
advice and recommendations will strengthen our significant investments in this vital area of the public
health system, so that patients in B.C. continue to benefit from a public drug plan that is based on the
best scientific evidence and sustainable for future generations.”

Canadian Government Provides $13.5 Million to UVic Researchers, Students

Alternate TextResearchers and students at the University of Victoria will receive more than $13.5 million in grants and scholarships this year from the Government of Canada through the Natural Sciences and Engineering Research Council (NSERC).

Nearly $4.4 million of the funding will go toward the first two years of operating expenses for the UVic-led NEPTUNE Canada project, the world’s first regional cabled ocean observatory.

Carmanah and Beta Lighting Partner to Deliver Betaled Solar-powered Lighting Solution

Carmanah solar-powered area lights are now better and brighter than ever, thanks to a new partnership between Carmanah Technologies Corporation and Beta Lighting.

Based on THE EDGEâ„¢ line of light emitting diode (LED) commercial and industrial light fixtures from Beta Lighting, the company has developed a BetaLED fixture designed specifically for Carmanah’s EverGENâ„¢ solar engine. The result is Carmanah’s brightest solar powered area light to date: a versatile stand-alone lighting solution that can be installed in minutes to illuminate parks, paths, kiosks and other outdoor areas. Directing light only where needed, the new solar-powered area light is “dark-sky friendly” as specified by the International Dark-Sky Association (IDA).

GenoLogics Takes Home Product of the Year Award

GenoLogics, the leading developer of translational research informatics solutions, today announced it was recognized by the Vancouver Island Technology Community for the […]

GenoLogics Launches new Biomedical Informatics Software Solution

GenoLogics, the leading developer of translational research informatics solutions, today announced that it is developing an integrated suite of biorepository and biomedical informatics products.

“It’s a natural evolution for GenoLogics to launch a complementary product suite that builds on the success of our science-purposed informatics solutions for life sciences organizations”, says GenoLogics CEO, Michael Ball. “By providing two product suites of biomedical and research informatics we are able to provide our clients with a total solution, which is better aligned with their need to generate meaningful results from translational research initiatives”.

Fred Hutchinson Cancer Research Centre Chooses GenoLogics to Collaborate on Developing a Biomedical Informatics Solutions

GenoLogics, the leading developer of translational research informatics software, today announced that the Fred Hutchinson Cancer Research Center has selected GenoLogics to collaborate with the company develop an integrated biorepository and biomedical informatics software solution for the Center’s Translational and Outcomes Research group. The GenoLogics software is being provided to Fred Hutchinson Cancer Research Center by the Canary Foundation, a nonprofit, tax exempt public charity committed to the development of early-detection tests for solid-tumor cancers.

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