GreenCentre Canada is excited to let you know we’ve launched our new InnovationHouse web portal. Sign up today at www.gccinnovationhouse.com.
We developed InnovationHouse specifically for you.It’s a social networking hub for entrepreneurs, researchers, investors, and industry members to access information, funding applications, and problem statements related to the development early-stage chemistry technologies.
Act now by following a simple 30-second sign-up process, and then you can immediately start exploring and collaborating in this online community uniquely suited for your needs.
How You Can Benefit:
Academics and Researchers: The portal provides an electronic method for submitting disclosures; access to the ONE Chemistry Program application; access to GreenCentre’s network of experts; and a place to promote research and attract potential industry partners.
Entrepreneurs and Small/Medium Businesses: The portal provides entrepreneurs and small/medium-sized enterprises access to the ONE Chemistry Program application; a place to profile their company/technology to potential investors or partners; access to GreenCentre’s network of experts; and a confidential place to submit problem statements.
Industry and Investors: The portal provides industry a confidential place to submit problem statements; technology scouting services; a place to profile their company; potential investment opportunities; and access to GreenCentre’s network of experts.
Many industrial processes are polluting because better ways of doing chemical processes have yet to be discovered. InnovationHouse helps identify future research and innovation needs while narrowing the gap between great research and business opportunities.
“Academic scientists have the creativity and academic freedom to tackle these problems, but that effort is only successful if there is active communication between industry and academia,” says Philip Jessop, GreenCentre’s technical director. “InnovationHouse will enhance that communication so academia can learn about real needs and performance criteria and industry can learn about new technologies.”
The result? The commercialization of greener and more economically competitive processes.