Clean tech company Empire Hydrogen is driving fuel efficiency in the trucking industry with their innovative, custom-built technology.
Nice to Globalmeet you! Globalme tests and translates technology so it can be used worldwide.
The Mesh Food Exchange uses artificial intelligence to keep food out of the landfill and redirect it to people who need it.
D-Pace’s offices are on the third floor, and its lab and manufacturing space is in the basement of this refurbished brick warehouse.
AirSenze Solutions has discovered the secret recipe for starting a successful app development company.
Meet the Mad Computer Scientists of SkookumScript! From left to right: Glen Callender, Conan Reis and Markus Breyer. SkookumScript is a new language for the video gaming industry.
With the release of their 3D educational platform, Easy Anatomy, LlamaZOO Interactive is poised to revolutionize post-secondary teaching and learning.
Ladies Learning Code teaches B.C. women and kids coding in a fun and supportive environment through workshops in Vancouver, Victoria and central Vancouver Island.
Following the release of Crusaders of the Lost Idols on mobile devices, Codename Entertainment prepares for global success.
BCIT Masters of Engineering Grad, Nicole Wapple, is keeping the rain out and the heat in while making sure buildings look good.
Thanks to a breakthrough innovation developed here in B.C., a new technology for children with autism is allowing families to engage in activities they weren’t able to before.
As CEO and Creative Director of Cloudhead Games, Denny Unger’s goal is to create a thriving tech industry on Vancouver Island.
The absence of an upper limb can be profoundly life changing. Engineers at the University of Victoria have created a technology that addresses this challenge.
B.C. is home to Saltworks Technologies, a company with the answer to industry’s most challenging waste-water disposal needs.
Recce Robotics’ technology revolutionizes inspection and urban search and rescue efforts, providing a safer and more effective means of addressing challenging situations.
If you ask UBC student Raphael Roccor, the solution to society’s unsustainable reliance on fossil fuels may be found in the life science field of microbiology.
Out of Tumbler Ridge, an eco-friendly 3D printing company, Filaprint is changing the way people experience geography.
Education is moving away from factsearching to inquiry-based learning, in which learners explore questions related to their interests.
The team at Copperleaf, in Burnaby, understands its work as “building a better world, one decision at a time”.
Encompassing one square mile in Surrey’s city center, the Innovation Boulevard is a medical sciences and technology cluster that is changing how people heal.
In the recent Malahat First Nation Land Code referendum, over 75% of the votes cast were done electronically through OneFeather, a Victoria-based tech company.
Bobbi Leach, CEO of RevenueWire in Victoria, has just had a banner year having been named 2015 Executive of the Year and Female Executive of the Year in Canada.
B.C. companies’ innovations in food production are also being exported throughout the world.
UBC, Boeing, and other aviation stakeholders have partnered to create technology to reduce climate change.
In B.C.’s cleantech sector, approximately 200 firms employ over 6,000 people, and generate revenue on the order of $1.7 billion.
STEMCELL Technologies, produces standardized, high-quality cell culture media for growing stem cells, selling to researchers and companies across the world.
Housed in the University of Victoria, CanAssist is helping to improve the quality of life and independence of individuals with disabilities.
BC-based Neovasc produces the Reducer, which is a treatment for a cardiovascular ailment that impacts millions across the world.
Kairos Therapeutics focuses on antibody-drug conjugates (ADC), a rapidly-growing segment of cancer treatment that provides increased benefits to cancer patients.
B.C.-based Recon Instruments is making giant strides in the tech world with its innovative wearable technology.
International Bar Coding Systems started in a basement, but now operates out of Penticton’s Industrial Park, employing more than a dozen people.
DYK? One of the most advanced computer technology companies in the world is located right here in British Columbia.