210 South Railway Street Minto, MB R0K 1M0Ag-Quest is your first choice agricultural contract research organization (CRO) in western Canada. Our four research stations offer access to most major growing zones and climatic regions in the area. At each station, a full complement of experienced research personnel are ready to serve you.
50 Scurfield Boulevard Winnipeg, Manitoba Canada R3Y 1G4Apotex Fermentation offers microbiology such as strain development and media improvement, analytical chemistry, API research/production, process deveopment, scale up and fermentation services.
Unit D, 675 Berry Street, Winnipeg, MB R3H 1A7 CanadaMaxxam Analytics provides analytical services, assay development, spectrometry, and product-related services.
9-1250 Waverley St. Winnipeg, Manitoba Canada. R3T 6C6CanAm Bioresearch offers medicinal and organic chemistry services including custom synthesis, compound libraries, and lead optimization services.
Floors 5 and 6, John Buhler Research Centre Reception on the 5th floor 715 McDermot Avenue Winnipeg, Manitoba Canada
Unit 9 – 851 Lagimodiere Blvd. Winnipeg MB R2J 3K4Central Testing Laboratory is an ISO 17025 accredited laboratory specializing in food and feed safety testing. Since 1924 we have established ourselves as a company dedicated to our clients by providing quality service and results. Our area of expertise includes the analyses for allergens, mold ID, mycotoxins, proximates, pathogens and water quality. Our highly trained professional staff provides the precise and reliable analytical testing procedures that meet your specific needs. We pride ourselves on maintaining a turn around time of 3 – 5 working days for routine analysis. Upon completion, results will be available online, by fax, or email. An original of the Laboratory Analysis Reports will follow by mail if requested.
155 Innovation Dr. Winnipeg, MB, CA R3T 5Y3Emergent is dedicated to one simple mission—to protect and enhance life. As a global specialty pharmaceutical company, Emergent offers specialized products to healthcare providers and governments to address medical needs and emerging health threats. Our goal We pursue innovative ways to protect life. Whether it is developing and delivering specialized products that can make life better for millions of adults and children or medical countermeasures that protect the nation against chemical and biological threats, we are passionate in pursuit of our mission—to protect and enhance 50 million lives by 2025. We give highest priority to: • Delivering on our commitments to patients, customers and partners • Pursuing innovation in our product portfolio • Developing our employees • Giving back to our communities • Achieving our financial goals
236 Osborne Street sulte A Winnipeg, MB R3L-2w2 CanadaHill Top Research provides safety testing, efficacy testing, microbiology, and clinical services.
Research Institute in Oncology and Hematology 675 McDermot Ave Winnipeg, Manitoba, Canada R3E 0V9The mission of the Manitoba Tumour Bank (MTB) is ""to improve cancer diagnosis, management and treatment through enhanced translation of cancer research."" The Manitoba Tumour Bank has been in operation since 1993 and represents one of the oldest tumour banks in the country. The MTB is an international resource with over 6000 cases (primarily breast cancers and chronic lymphocytic leukemias, but also has early collections of some other leukemias, lung cancers, head and neck cancer, ovarian cancer, prostate cancer and multiple myeloma) and has supported hundreds of research studies of which approximately 60% have been based at the University of Manitoba, 25% elsewhere in Canada, and 15% in the USA and Europe. The MTB receives consent from up to 1000 donors per year to accrue biological samples and associated clinical information from health care centers in Manitoba. The Bank operates with the support of the University of Manitoba, Department of Pathology, Diagnostic Services Manitoba, and CancerCare Manitoba. The operating costs of the MTB are principally supported by CancerCare Manitoba Foundation in partnership with the University of Manitoba and the Canadian Institutes of Health Research (CIHR) and collection of a nominal fee for service. The Bank has also received critical support from the National Cancer Institute of Canada, the Guardian Angels, the Jean Carter group, the Canadian Breast Cancer Foundation and Nygård International Ltd.
Box 1057 Portage La Prairie ,MB
207 Administration Bldg. Winnipeg, MB , R3T 2N2 CanadaAs the first university established in western Canada, the University of Manitoba has been at the centre of research in Manitoba for more than a century. From the development of canola and advances in wireless communication, to the prevention of Rh disease of the newborn and breakthrough discoveries concerning the transmission of HIV/AIDS, our researchers have made contributions that have had a global impact. Today, our faculty and students continue to earn international acclaim in fields as diverse as infectious diseases, Canadian history, materials science, civil infrastructure, population and community health, sustainable agriculture and northern research, to name just a few. More than ever before, our researchers are collaborating beyond traditional disciplinary boundaries, sharing their expertise, experience and passion for discovery. The University of Manitoba is the only research-intensive university in the province, and the vast majority of research undertaken in Manitoba takes place on one of our campuses or at our research stations. As the hub for graduate education in the province, we are also the major contributor to the supply of highly qualified personnel that are increasingly in demand by business, industry and government. University of Manitoba scientists, engineers, artists and scholars are finding innovative solutions to many of the challenges facing Canada and the world in the 21st century. With the support of our partners in research, including governments, business and industry, and community organizations, they are discovering new ways to improve our health, increase our understanding of ourselves and our world, advance our technology, strengthen our communities and protect our environment. I encourage you to review our Strategic Research Plan, which describes our current areas of established and emerging research strength, as well as our research vision, goals and actions. I also invite you to visit our Research home page to learn more about our broad range of innovative and exciting research activities, as well as the support services and programs that allow us to continue to bring research to life.
1 Research Road Winnipeg, MB, R3T 6E3 CanadaPlant Nutrition that Empowers With more than 170-year legacy of producing minerals products, including salt, sulfate of potash, magnesium chloride and more, Compass Minerals is a recognized leader in delivering essential minerals where and when it matters. Through an ongoing commitment to agronomic research, Compass Minerals is on a mission to expand knowledge of plant nutrition. We do this by equipping growers, crop consultants and other agricultural professionals with premium products, research and insights - all of which empowers the industry to optimize crop yields, efficiency and financial performance of the world's farms and orchards. In addition to Wolf Trax Innovative Nutrients, Compass Minerals has a full suite of plant nutrition products including: Protassium+™ fertilizer Chlori-Mag® fertilizer Nu-Trax P+™ PROTINUS® Seed Nutrition
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