Hamilton, ON – Ten university-industry partnerships are receiving a total of $29.9 million in federal funding through the Automotive Partnership Canada. In addition they will be receiving a total of $22 million additional funding from industry and other partners.
“The automotive industry has told us how important R&D partnerships are to innovation in this sector,” said Janet Walden, chief operating officer of the Natural Sciences and Engineering Research Council of Canada (NSERC). “Across Canada, Automotive Partnership Canada is supporting industry-university research partnerships that are translating our strong discovery research into new knowledge and technologies that companies tell us help to improve their products, processes and technologies.”
NSERC is the lead agency within Automotive Partnership Canada.
A full list of the funded projects is available on the Automotive Partnership Canada website.