Our region thrives because of the support of investors, elevators, an extensive startup support system, and established and prominent research hubs. Innovation in the region is inclusive - it's happening across diverse sectors and includes social, cultural, sustainable and indigenous innovation.
The Edmonton Region is a place to challenge boundaries, unlock your potential, and achieve the unthinkable.
Founded in 2007, ACAMP is a unique industry-led advanced technology product development centre that entrepreneurs count on to move their innovation from proof-of-concept to manufactured product by providing access to multidisciplinary engineers, technology experts, unique specialized equipment, and industry acumen. The only advanced technology product development group in Canada that provides a full range of support at each stage of the product development process.
The Advanced Energy Research Facility (AERF) offers unique research and development capabilities to test diverse feedstocks for gasification and for production of higher value liquid products from syngas.
The Alberta Clean Energy Technology Accelerator (ACETA) is a world leading clean energy technology accelerator, for piloting and scaling up of innovations in biomass, municipal solid waste, renewable gas utilisation as well as hydrocarbon processing and upgrading technologies.
The foundation invests in world class research (both Type 1 and Type 2). The ADF works in tandem with some of the world’s best diabetes researchers and allocates funding where and when it is needed most, ensuring that important diabetes research and projects do not become stalled.
Alberta Health Services (AHS) is Canada’s first and largest provincewide, fully integrated health system, responsible for delivering health services to more than 4.4 million people
Alberta’s Industrial Heartland is Canada’s largest hydrocarbon processing region, and is one of the world’s most attractive locations for chemical, petrochemical, oil, and gas investment. With $45+ billion in existing capital investment and more than 40 companies, the association provides fuels, fertilizers, power, petrochemicals and more to provincial and global consumers.
The Institute supports top researchers working on solutions to the serious scientific and socioeconomic challenges associated with prion diseases in animals and prion-like diseases in humans.
Since 1938, the Alberta Motor Transport Association and its members have advanced the commercial transportation industry through safety programs, progressive policy and partnerships. The association helps create strong relationships with all levels of political leadership, advising on important issues, shaping vital legislation, new regulations or business practices that command the future of the transportation industry.