When it comes to human health genomics can be a game-changer. It can help improve patient care through more accurate, timely and effective information based on an individual’s unique genetic makeup, for personalized treatment approaches. Find out how.
Canada is one of the world’s largest mining nations. Minerals and metals are an essential part of our economy as they create high-paying jobs and valuable exports. Genomics can lead to important technological innovations to increase production cut costs and improve sustainability for our mining industry. Find out how.
Canada is known around the world for its delicious fish and seafood. Genomics can help the fishing and aquaculture industries cut costs increase efficiency and improve sustainability. Find out how.
In Canada, agriculture provides an abundance of nutritious food and valuable exports as well as jobs. It’s crucial to have cutting-edge technologies like genomics to help us increase production, reduce losses and improve sustainability. Find out how.
Canada is poised to be a leader in the emerging global bio economy. We have abundant natural resources, excellent food production and a public health care system that is lauded around the world. With genomics we can harness these asset to address climate change fight hunger and create healthy communities.
Canada has the largest forested areas in the world. It provides wood for products enjoyed here and exported around the world, as well as jobs and other contributions to the Canadian economy and a thriving environment. Genomics can help the forest industry improve production, reduce losses and enhance sustainability. Find out how.
The energy sector generates valuable revenues and provides jobs for roughly 5% of Canada’s workforce. Genomics can help the energy sector increased production cut costs and reduce risk. Find out how it works.
Canadian researchers cultivated a community of naturally occurring microbes that can safely clean up sites contaminated with toxic chlorinated solvents.
Personalized Medicine is an approach to health care in which treatment is informed by a deep understanding of the genomic and other molecular changes that contribute to the disease. The concept of Personalized Medicine is embodied by the expression “the right medicine to the right person at the right dose and at the right time.”
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.