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applied innovation in the ocean sector

Centre for Ocean Ventures and Entrepreneurship (COVE) Launches Commercial Space for Ocean Technology Innovators

Posted October 31, 2017
Categories: Announcements

October 31, 2017 (Halifax, N.S.) – Today, the Centre for Ocean Ventures and Entrepreneurship (COVE) is pleased to open a call for tenants, with the ambition to bring together the…
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Woodside firm gets $7.4m for work on old coast guard facility

Posted August 14, 2017
Categories: Announcements

From The Chronicle Herald: Woodside family owned-and-operated Waterworks Construction has won a $7.4 million contract to upgrade more than half of the wharf infrastructure at Dartmouth’s Centre for Ocean Ventures…
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Ocean Technology Sector Study: Competency Assessment and Workforce Study

Posted June 16, 2017
Categories: Announcements

The Ocean Technology and broader Oceans sector in Nova Scotia is a rapidly growing community.  Presently the sector is comprised of entrepreneurs, innovators, and employees who have not typically followed…
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Irving Shipbuilding invests $4.5 million in Centre for Ocean Ventures and Entrepreneurship (COVE)

Posted March 16, 2017
Categories: Announcements

From Irving Shipbuilding: Irving Shipbuilding Inc. announced today a multi-million dollar investment to support marine innovation and commercialization in Nova Scotia and across Canada. Irving Shipbuilding is investing $4.52 million…
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Marine People Partnership Report Highlights Strategies for the Long Term Success of Canada’s Shipbuilding Industry

Posted December 20, 2016
Categories: Announcements

From Irving Shipbuilding The Institute for Ocean Research Enterprise (IORE), in partnership with Irving Shipbuilding Inc., released today the results of a Marine People Partnership report intended to inform the…
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Ocean innovation centre lands major government investment

Posted September 1, 2016
Categories: Announcements

From CBC Jim Hanlon believes Nova Scotia is on the verge of becoming the best place in the world to do ocean-based technology research and development. Hanlon, CEO of the…
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