Events

AI Week

Amii 10065 Jasper Ave #1101, Edmonton, AB

Registration is now open for AI Week! Happening May 24-27 in Edmonton, Alberta – immerse yourself in the deep science of AI & ML, connect with industry leaders, explore career opportunities and learn more about how AI is driving the future success of our bright economic future. With experiences both in-person and online for all […]

f-cell CANADA

Edmonton Convention Centre Edmonton

The 4th Annual International Hydrogen and Fuel Cell Event f-cell Canada’s intriguing and dynamic 2-day conference program with expanded exhibition brings the Hydrogen and Fuel Cell community together to create further projects and connections benefiting the industry for the years to come. The well-known annual event came together in 2019 in Vancouver, as a combination of […]

BioAlberta and Protein Industries Canada Networking Event & Panel Discussion

The Westin Edmonton 10135 100 Street Northwest, Edmonton, Alberta

BioAlberta and Protein Industries Canada (PIC) in Alberta are pleased to invite you for their first joint Networking event on May 25, 2022 at Hotel Westin in Downtown Edmonton. Their aim is to advocate investment attraction for this sector, initiate discussions around financing opportunities and provide a networking opportunity for the key sector players. For […]

From Earth to Space International Conference

Edmonton Convention Centre Edmonton

Come join NanoCanada as they explore the impact of convergence of emerging technologies like quantum, nanotech, biotech, and artificial intelligence and the need to collaborate across disciplines to solve our planet’s greatest challenges. NanoCanada is setting the stage for meaningful discussions on collaboration in health, sustainability, and the future.

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