In 2016, a pilot project began and a new venture emerged from Queen’s University; the timing was right for implementing and evaluating a novel strategy for commercializing intellectual property originating from researchers at the university.

Nanofabrication capabilities helped Queen’s University researchers and their graduate students develop a novel, highly sensitive portable biosensor that can be manufactured simply and inexpensively. Their technology now forms the basis of an award-winning startup company, Spectra Plasmonics.

FedDev Ontario Invests in Innovative Firefighting Technology

News Release originally published on the Government of Canada website

Clausehound new Innovation Park partner

Innovation Park has recently partnered with Clausehound to provide legal resources to support the success of our startups in establishing their businesses.