Nine years we saw a need to establish a gathering of innovators, investors, and others in the ag-tech space. We are proud to report that since that time the Ag Innovation Showcase has established a loyal following and community. Beginning with the first Ag Innovation Showcase in 2009, we have featured panels and presentations that address important topics including the development of biofuels and biomaterials, advances in biotechnology, progress in animal health, and, more recently the great changes facing the future of agriculture and the role of biotechnology in agriculture.
As the premier event where Ag’s biggest names, brightest innovators & most influential investors connect, we encourage the convergence of diverse technology solutions around platforms to help bring the industry to the next level of productivity and sustainability. We are confident in continuing the tradition of creative thinking directed toward profound challenges and great opportunities in agriculture, and we invite you to stay tuned for the 2017 Ag Innovation Showcase. Join our mailing list to stay up to date with developments. Applications to present at the 2017 Showcase are now open – apply here.
The Ag Innovation Showcase is a joint effort of the Bio Research & Development Growth (BRDG) Park, the Donald Danforth Plant Science Center and the Larta Institute.
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Join Agriculture and Agri-Food Canada (AAFC) in exploring new approaches to agricultural risk management and the development of new and non-traditional partnerships.
The AgriRisk Initiatives Forum will bring together key stakeholders including: representatives of agricultural producer organizations, commodity associations, foreign and domestic governments, and the financial services industry with the hopes of generating new risk management tools for the agriculture and agri-food sector.
The Forum will present ideas and challenges for upcoming projects, as well as, showcase experiences of those who are already developing and/or delivering agricultural risk management products and services to Canadian producers.
Keep an eye on your inbox. More information on the AgriRisk Initiatives 2017 Forum will be coming soon. Also, have a look at our website: www.agr.gc.ca/AgriRisk for information on the AgriRisk Initiatives program.
Details will be posted as they become available
9th Canadian Science Policy Conference, CSPC 2017, Presents:
150 Years of Canadian Science and Innovation:
How do we forge ahead?
30 panel sessions,
4 Pre-Conference symposia
NEW: Gala Dinner Celebration of Canada’s Science
CSPC 2017 Themes
CSPC 2017 Partnership Prospectus
CSPC 2017 Panel Formats
Panel Proposal Evaluation Criteria
CSPC 2017 Science Policy Award of Excellence – Youth Category
Volunteer for CSPC 2017