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Nicoya launches third product following $10 million CAD raise

Shortly after raising $10 million CAD in Series A funding, Kitchener-based Nicoya has launched is third product to help speed up drug discovery.


Science innovations come to life in Calgary

While Calgary is widely known as a leader within the energy sector, it is also emerging as a lead innovator in the life sciences sector.

Babylon Health is building an integrated, AI-based health app to serve a city of 300K in England

The company has inked a 10-year deal with the city of Wolverhampton in England to provide an integrated health app covering 300,000 people, the entire population of the city.

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