AIMday Construction Partnership Fuels Advances in Sustainable Concrete
Manitoba Industry-Academia Partnership (MI-AP) hosted an AIMday Construction meeting on April 8, 2021. Leaders from industry and academia in Manitoba came together to discuss the development and implementation of new technologies and processes in construction practice.
One theme that emerged from several questions was environmentally sustainable practices in construction. There is substantial interest from within the industry, as well as the scientific community, to enable more sustainable building. Nicholas Legal, representing Lafarge, one of Canada’s largest providers of construction materials, submitted a question about increasing the use of sustainable materials in concrete structure specifications.
“Show Me the Innovation” on October 4 showcased a number of funding opportunities and research facilities in the area of Digital Innovation and Technology. Participants traveled by bus to the […]
On September 27th, Manitoba Industry – Academia Partnership (MI-AP) hosted the launch of two strategic roadmaps for advancing economic growth in two sectors: Digital Agriculture Strategic Roadmap – in partnership […]
A circular economy is restorative and regenerative by design. Resources are kept in circulation for as long as possible; everything has value, and nothing is wasted. With nearly half of greenhouse […]
On August 17th, the Manitoba Industry-Academia Partnership (MI-AP) in collaboration with Manitoba Collaborative Indigenous Education Blueprint (MCIEB), held an event to launch a new digital resource of supports for Indigenous […]
The Manitoba Industry-Academia Partnership is pleased to announce the launch of Horizon: a comprehensive asset map of supports and services for Indigenous post-secondary students in Manitoba. The main goal was […]
In October of 2020, the Manitoba Industry-Academia Partnership (MI-AP) hosted its inaugural AIMday Digital Agriculture, an event which brought together Manitoban industry and its top academic researchers to exchange ideas […]
WINNIPEG — What and how to apply intelligent software based technologies? How to develop a business case for the transition of heavy diesel vehicles to electric? How do radiator manufacturers […]
Academics and industry tackle “digital agriculture” challenges at the first AIMday™ event in Manitoba WINNIPEG — Can intelligent technology help ensure value chains can continue to function uninterrupted in the […]
Digital Agriculture Table The first meeting of Manitoba’s Digital Agriculture Table that took place on June 22nd. We were pleased that approximately 40 people from industry and academia joined the […]