Canna Stream Solutions Ltd. (“CSS”) is pleased to announce that it is receiving up to $30,000 in funding from the National Research Council of Canada Industrial Research Assistance Program (NRC IRAP) through its Youth Employment Program.
With this funding, CSS will be able to hire and train a recent Canadian graduate scientist to support the commercialization of its patent-pending technology at the Token Naturals facility in Edmonton. We are pleased to announce that Monica Aguirre, B.Sc. (University of Calgary), is the successful candidate and new addition to the CSS team. Monica has a strong background in Chemistry and Microbiology.
“We are excited to welcome Monica to the CSS team. Her chemical analytical skills will support CSS’ technology development in the cannabis space,” says CSS CEO Usukuma Ekuere.
Canna Stream Solutions Ltd.
CSS is developing critical technologies for storing, transporting, and processing cannabis waste (physical and chemical). Most notably, they have filed a U.S. and Canadian patent application in the chemical extraction and fractionation of Cannabinoids and monoterpenes from cannabis flower and biomass utilizing a solvent technology that is significantly more efficient than ethanol. This allows CSS to substantially manage the costs of high throughput processing and extraction of cannabis and hemp biomass. For more information about the company, please visit www.cannastream.ca
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