Thanks to our funders!
Canada Foundation for Innovation
Innovation Fund infrastructure projects:
- ADEPT – Advanced Design Leading to Manufacturing in Micro-Nano Technologies
- emSYSCAN – Embedded Systems Canada
- Government of Alberta – Ministry of Advanced Education, Alberta Research and Innovation
- Government of British Columbia – Ministry of Jobs, Trade and Technology, British Columbia Knowledge Development
- Government of Manitoba – Ministry of Growth, Enterprise and Trade, Manitoba Research and Innovation
- Government of New Brunswick – Ministry of Economic Development and Small Business, Opportunities New Brunswick
- New Brunswick Innovation Foundation
- Government of Newfoundland and Labrador Tourism, Culture, Industry and Innovation, Research and Development Corporation: Innovate NL
- Government of Nova Scotia – Labour and Advanced Education, Research Nova Scotia Trust
- Government of Ontario – Ministry of Economic Development, Job Creation and Trade, Ontario Research Fund: Research Infrastructure
- Gouvernement du Québec – Ministère de l’Éducation et de l’Enseignement supérieur
- Government of Saskatchewan – Ministry of Advanced Education, Innovation Saskatchewan
- Government of Canada / Department of National Defence : IDEaS – Innovation for Defence Excellence and Security
- Industry in-kind contributions from valued suppliers
- Industrial donations – be part of SponsorChip
- To discuss opportunities to support Canada’s National Design Network, contact Gord Harling, President & CEO, +1.613.449.6820
NSERC: 30 years of funding
CMC and CNDN were established in 1984 with support from the Natural Sciences and Engineering Research Council of Canada (NSERC).
Global partnerships and international technology alliances enable access to advanced technologies that are used to accelerate innovative research in Canada. Interested in being a partner? Contact: Gord Harling, President & CEO, +1.613.449.6820.
CNDN’s worldwide industrial supply chain
CMC convenes international peer organizations annually to exchange insights, gauge progress, and initiate joint projects on technologies.