Quebec City, QC – NanoQuebec is being awarded $11 million in funding from the Quebec government over the next three years. The funding was announced today, during the official launch of the organization’s funding program for key research facilities selected through a recent competition.
“This funding from the government of Quebec will make it possible to follow through on the ambitious business plan NanoQubec released in the spring of 2007,” said Sylvain Cofsky NanoQuebec’s director general. “We are committed to making a significant contribution to Quebec’s research and innovation strategy, launched in 2006 by the government of Quebec. We plan to do so by adopting a unifying approach, which will provide direction and focus efforts on activities with very strong potential for innovation.”