Nano One Partners
Nano One Materials has several collaborative relationships and partnerships, including:
NORAM Engineering | BC Research
NORAM Engineering and Constructors Ltd and its subsidiary BC Research Inc are globally recognized in process engineering and are providing laboratory, incubation and piloting facilities to Nano One along with industrial know-how, engineering design and fabrication support for NanoOne’s Demonstration Pilot Facility.
NORAM and BCRI have a global reputation for innovation and excellence in the supply of proprietary engineering and equipment packages to the chemical, pulp and paper, minerals processing and electrochemical sectors. Their six specialized business groups have completed capital projects on five continents. They are recognized worldwide as a leader in the fields of
nitration, sulfuric acid and electrochemistry.
In addition to carrying out large assignments for major multi-national clients and municipalities, NORAM works with early-stage technology companies. They provide engineering design and fabrication support, sharing their experience in technology commercialization, and growing with companies as a strategic stakeholder. http://www.noram-eng.com, http://www.bcri.ca
Innovation, Science and Economic Development Canada
Automotive Supplier’s Innovation Program
Through Innovation, Science and Economic Development Canada (ISED),
the Automotive Supplier Innovation Program (ASIP) was created as part of the Canadian Federal Government’s Economic Action Plan 2015. The program is providing up to $100 million over five years (2015-2020) to encourage Canadian automotive suppliers to develop new innovative products and processes that will make Canada more competitive on a global scale. The program will help research and development projects to become commercially viable by supporting product development and technology demonstration on a cost-shared basis with participating firms. For more information, please visit http://www.ic.gc.ca/eic/site/auto-auto.nsf/eng/h_am02377.html
Sustainable Development Technology Canada
Sustainable Development Technology Canada (SDTC) acts as a primary catalyst in building a sustainable develoment technology industry in Canada, funding and supportingCanadian cleantech projects across a number of sectors. SDTC invests in Canadian companies that through their innovative technologies bring positive contributions to Canada: creating quality jobs, driving economic growth, and preserving our environment. SDTC is a foundation funded by the Government of Canada. For more information, please visit sdtc.ca
Canada’s National Research Council
The Canadian Government is providing grants to Nano One as part of the National Research Council – Industrial Research Assistance Program (IRAP). IRAP is Canada’s premier innovation assistance program for small and medium-sized enterprises. For over 60 years, IRAP has been stimulating wealth creation for Canada through technological innovation. This is largely accomplished by providing technology assistance and financial support to small and medium-sized enterprises at all stages of the innovation process, to build their innovation capacity. IRAP helps small and medium-sized enterprises understand the technology issues and opportunities and provides linkages to the best expertise in Canada. http://www.nrc-cnrc.gc.ca/eng/irap/index.html
4D LABS is an applications- and science-driven research institute at Simon Fraser University, located in British Columbia, Canada, offering access to multiple facilities housing state-of-the-art analytical equipment for academic, industrial and government researchers. 4D LABS focuses on accelerating the Design, Development, Demonstration and Delivery of advanced functional materials and nanoscale devices. 4D LABS goal-oriented environment fosters intellectual freedom and creativity which are critical for breakthrough research. http://www.4dlabs.ca