Last week, the federal government announced that the BC-based Digital Technology Supercluster will receive a portion of the federal funding allocated to the Innovation Superclusters Initiative. The supercluster will bring investment and promote collaboration and job creation to facilitate new developments such as a secure health and genomic platform to assist in the development of new cancer treatments, an Earth data store to facilitate improved resource sector project planning and assessments, and a digital learning factory to enable the development of virtual environments to facilitate design, experimentation and testing for manufacturing. We look forward to seeing the many innovations that will flow from this initiative in the years to come.
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