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Monthly Archives: January 2015

Oak Bay News Reports: Firm Sells the Scoop on Sales

Every parent knows Webkinz are the latest kids’ craze, but knowing how to market the
plush toys for resale on EBay is a booming business for grown ups.

A Saanich company is tapping into the growing community of people and companies
making a living through EBay. The company, Advanced Economic Research Systems,
offers EBay sellers data about who’s buying what and for how much.

Times Colonist Reports: Genome B.C. Gets $50 million

Provincial funding announcements usually attract a few media outlets and a selection of
the parties affected by the actual funding. It’s not often members of the public feel the
desire to squeeze into small rooms with open microphones.

But for Jean-Paul Paterlini, yesterday’s announcement of $50 million in funding for
Genome B.C. was motivation enough to drive down from Cowichan Bay, as the money
will help fuel research into something close to his heart — transplantation.

Fred Hutchinson Cancer Research Centre Chooses GenoLogics

GenoLogics, the leading developer of translational research informatics software, today announced that the Fred Hutchinson Cancer Research Center has selected GenoLogics to […]

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 […]

AURP Canada Welcomes Cisco as an Associate Member

The Canadian Association of University Research Parks / Association Canadienne des Parcs de Recherches d'Université (AURP Canada) is pleased to announce that Cisco […]

AURP Canada Welcomes Cisco as an Associate Member

The Canadian Association of University Research Parks / Association Canadienne des Parcs de Recherches d'Université (AURP Canada) is pleased to announce that […]

Western Diversification Announces Funding for UVic Genome-BC Proteomics Centre

WD Funding AnnouncementThe Government of Canada is helping to advance metabolomics, a growing field of research examining cellular-level activities, through an investment in specialized equipment for the University of Victoria Genome BC Proteomics Centre.

The investment of $600,000 was announced today by the Honourable Rona Ambrose, President of the Queen’s Privy Council for Canada, Minister of Intergovernmental Affairs and Minister of Western Economic Diversification.

Life Sciences Sector Benefits from Government of Canada Investment

Victoria, British Columbia — The Government of Canada is helping to advance metabolomics, a growing field of research examining cellular-level activities, through […]