Fusion is a member of the newly formed and federally funded Digital Technology Supercluster.
News about and goings on at FUSION GENOMICS:
Genome Prairie announced that they are partnering with the Vancouver-based Fusion Genomics Corporation using Fusion Genomics’ ONETestTM platform, including FusionCloudTM analytics, to move forward on Genome Prairie’s Genome360 Initiative, as recently announced in Winnipeg on January 8, 2018 by His Honourable Navdeep Bains.
“Manitoba is at the heart of a region that is perfectly positioned to build a strong infrastructure for research and discovery in clean technologies,” says Dr. Simon Potter, Director of Manitoba at Genome Prairie. “We are proud to partner with Fusion Genomics to build the Genome360 program and create an innovative platform to advance genomics tools used for commercialization opportunities in clean technology and contribute to the bioeconomy.”
Vancouver, British Columbia, February 15, 2018 – The British Columbia-led Digital Technology Supercluster is one of the funding recipients for the Government of Canada’s Innovation Supercluster Initiative, Minister Navdeep Bains announced today.
“It is an exciting and historic time for innovation in Canada. The Digital Technology Supercluster is a generational opportunity – one that holds significant promise for companies in BC and across Canada,” says Bill Tam, Co-Chair of Canada’s Digital Technology Supercluster consortium. “Now the important work begins. As a collective, we’ll apply data and use technology in new ways, such as mixed reality, which can digitally transform companies, solve industry problems and advance economic opportunities throughout BC, Canada and the world.”
TECH FOR GOOD: FUSION GENOMICS USES QUANTUM COMPUTING TO ELIMINATE UNDIAGNOSED ILLNESSES.
“Our mission is to never see a crowded emergency room filled with people that doctors cannot diagnose, ever again,” Fusion’s CSO Mohammad Qadir said.
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