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Italian manufacturers target of mission (01/04)

In building upon the North American success of Filtrec, a European filter manufacturer in Northern Ontario, the Sault Ste. Marie Economic Development Corp.

Biotech cluster in the offing (11/03)

By KELLY LOUISEIZE Out of a need to propel the northern region forward, Northern Centre for Biotechnology and Clinical Research put forth an application to form a committee to study and establish biotechnology initiatives here in the North.

Equipment surplus leads to Web project (11/03)

By ANDREW WAREING It seems possible to buy just about anything over the Internet. name="valign" top > Mark Alexander (in photo) and his brother Matt developed www.minesource.com.

Technology takes cell phones to depth (12/03)

By IAN ROSS Within three or four years, Peter Cunningham suspects even the deepest part of Inco's mines in Sudbury should be as technologically connected as any modern office environment.

Future in the palm of his hand (12/03)

By ANDREW WAREING A conversation with Nigel Leith is a little like riding a roller coaster.

IT needs determined by business plan direction (11/03)

By ANDREW WAREING For the modern business, using information technology (IT) all through the production chain can provide real competitive advantage.

Technology allows research-posting online (11/03)

An online platform called Flintbox, developed by University of British Columbia and used for connecting people to academic research, will be available at Lakehead University.

Software framework extends capabilities of client server (11/03)

KELLY LOUISEIZE Thunder Bay company fsc Limited has received $400,000 in Industrial Research Assistance Program funding to develop a new software technology product used in conjunction with Microsoft.NET. Microsoft.

BRAND seeks information on North's need for broadband (11/03)

NEOnet has been asked by Industry Canada's Broadband for Rural and Northern Development (BRAND) program for more information on the need for broadband in several northern communities.

Software framework extends capabilities of client server (11/03)

KELLY LOUISEIZE Thunder Bay company fsc Limited has received $400,000 in Industrial Research Assistance Program funding to develop a new software technology product used in conjunction with Microsoft.NET. Microsoft.