Lab2Market Oceans Teams

October 14, 2021  |  , ,

Allos Bioscience Ltd., University of Lethbridge – Novel biosensors to monitor aquaculture health and for other industrial applications.

Antioxidant Alternative, Memorial University – Safer and healthier antioxidant alternatives to ensure quality of marine Omega-3 oils and fats.

Bioinspired Unconventional Decontamination (BUD), York University – a sustainable remedial method for ocean oil spill cleanup.

Crustacean Upcycle, McGill University – Transforming crustacean shell waste to value-added products.

Energy harvester, Memorial University – Harvesting renewable energy from ocean waves.

Fish Vaccines, Memorial University – Assessing the market for finfish vaccines for potential distribution to fish farms.

Green Crab Products, Memorial University – Potential value-added food products from invasive European green crabs.

In-situ Sensor, University of Alberta – Sensor development for in-situ monitoring of microplastics in water.

Magnetic Particles, Memorial University – Sustainable functionalized magnetic particles for efficient treatment of oily wastewater.

Next-Generation Advanced Materials Coatings, University of Alberta – Cold-Spray Additive Manufacturing of Next-Generation Materials for Marine and Aerospace Component Repairs.

Oil-eating Fungus, Memorial University – Treating oily water with the aid of engineering and nourishing microorganisms and fungus.

QUOREM, Dalhousie University – Managed services for streamlined microbial community analysis.

Salmon Collagen, Memorial University – Extracting marine collagen from Atlantic salmon skin. 

Scient, Dalhousie University – An advanced software solution for substrate characterization and monitoring in ocean environment.

Sea Cage Impact, Memorial University – A biomarker for sea cage aquaculture feed.

Sea Ice Monitoring, Memorial University – Using machine learning algorithm to advance sea ice monitoring.

Seabed Mapping, University of New Brunswick – Artificial Intelligence to clean Multibeam Sonar Files 50% faster.

Smart Building, University of Alberta – Smart control system to manage harsh environmental loads for coastal and offshore infrastructure.

Water-Energy Management System (WEMS), Ontario Tech University – system to assess, design, manage, and optimize the energy performance for wastewater treatment facilities.

Wind Predict, Memorial University – Use of artificial neural network for predicting power curves of wind turbines using various training algorithms.

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