Elevate IP Alberta receives $9.9M from federal government


Elevate IP Alberta has received $9.9M from the federal government. The program is the Albertan iteration of the federal intellectual property program, according to Betakit, delivered by the University of Calgary in partnership with Innovate Calgary and Economic Development Lethbridge. Elevate IP Alberta supports business accelerators and incubators that work with Canadian startups looking to understand, manage, and leverage their intellectual property (IP). The goal of the program is to provide comprehensive IP support to over 2,500 startups across the province. “The impact of research lies in translating discoveries into tangible societal advantages,” said UCalgary VP Research William Ghali. “The ElevateIP initiative enriches the already robust and extensive support system for students and faculty with an entrepreneurial drive.”

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