The theme of this year’s annual report, Tomorrow today, reflects the incredibly fast pace in which technological innovation is changing the future. We invite you to review it, to learn more about these exciting advancements for both the field of genomics and the province of Ontario.
With support from the Data for Health Advisory Group and the OPMN, Ontario Genomics has released the Call for an Ontario Health Data Ecosystem report
Synthetic biology is the science of building simple organisms or “biological apps” to make manufacturing more green, energy production more sustainable, agriculture more robust, and medicine more powerful and precise. The US and UK are nurturing synthetic biology as humanity’s next technological frontier. It will take bold and decisive action for Ontario to seize this opportunity.
In this report, the Ontario Chamber of Commerce identifies the central challenges to Ontario’s health sector growth and makes recommendations on how to create an environment that supports success.
Ontario Bioscience Innovation Organization (OBIO) released its report of recommendations for Canada to compete in the world market while delivering better health outcomes and creating high quality jobs for Canadian talent.
Did you know that conservative estimates put annual revenues of Ontario’s life sciences sector at $40.5B, directly contributing $21.6B to Ontario’s GDP? See how the success of Ontario’s life sciences sector impacts Canada’s future prosperity.
A pan-Canadian approach to agricultural genomics can help address sector challenges in many ways. Find out how.
Genomics is helping Canada’s agri-food sector develop innovative products and processes to increase global market share.