Recent stories about technology

A scientist wearing a lab coat pours liquid into a beaker.
technology business

How NAIT helps Edmonton food companies develop delicious

NAIT's Centre for Culinary Innovation is embarking on a new waste-reduction project worth $1 million as it continues to develop groundbreaking products with local food and beverage companies.

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technology health

Edmonton startup pilots its accessibility app at KDays

People with impaired mobility may find it easier to move through KDays this year as the 10-day festival partners with Edmonton startup Click&Push Accessibility.

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technology arts

Game Discovery Exhibition adds new Indigeneity and diaspora summit

The organizer of the ninth annual Game Discovery Exhibition wants to celebrate more people in gaming with a new summit on Indigeneity and diaspora, one of two tracks that tackle equity, diversity, and inclusion in the industry during the conference portion of the event.

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business technology

What the puck is Hockeyology?

Edmonton Edge Fund-recipient ZerOne is opening a new centre for hockey performance and sports medicine at West Edmonton Mall that includes something called Hockeyology.

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business technology

Applied Pharma facility could open local doors while bridging national gap

The head of Applied Pharmaceutical Innovation said a new manufacturing facility and start-up incubator that the company is building at the Edmonton Research Park should help spur a new wave of health innovation in the city.

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Lime e-scooters in downtown Edmonton.
business technology

E-scooter operators introduce cognitive test among features aimed at addressing critics

Riders who use shared e-scooters and e-bikes in Edmonton may have noticed a new test that encourages them to reflect on their level of intoxication before taking to the streets.

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Young people stand behind an enclosed sports court. Inside it are drones encased in globe-shaped cages and two ring-shaped goalposts.
technology indigenous

Papaschase First Nation explores drone soccer as a way to open doors

A security company owned by the Papaschase First Nation is using a drone soccer club to build STEM skills and generate interest in jobs as drone pilots in the security industry, as well as awareness about the nation itself.

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A person extends their hand to shake another's hand in front of a screen that says "Startup TNT"
technology business wins at Startup TNT summit by showing traction secured at least $150,000 at Startup TNT's ninth investment summit on June 13 as founder and CEO Daniel Kamau used his company's growth to land his third pitch since 2021.

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Six people smile and laugh in a posed photo at Edmonton Unlimited.
business technology

New meetup brings innovation on sustainability into the professional realm

When Brett Eigner noticed Edmonton's tech founders and innovators held regular meetups but sustainability professionals didn't, he had an idea.

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