UCalgary to receive $22M from AB’s Research Capacity Program

December 8, 2021
The University of Calgary will be receiving $22M from the Government of Alberta’s Research Capacity Program for research infrastructure and technology development. The funding will support the construction of facilities and infrastructure necessary to undertake 11 innovative research projects in health, science, and engineering. AB minister of jobs, economy and innovation Doug Schweitzer says that the funding will be leveraged into $170M of innovation and research to support partner institutions and industry. “We’re helping Calgary's economy grow and diversify in expanding fields such as tech, in medicine and the sciences,” said UCalgary President Ed McCauley. “Investments like today’s brighten Calgary’s future.” AB | CBC | CTV News (AB)