CSS is excited to be awarded a Mitacs BSI for the project “Development of nano-emulsions technology for cannabinoids.” The recipient Katie Mak, B.Sc., will continue the development and scale-up of CSS’ nano-emulsion technology. Katie will work under the direction of Declan DeJordy, M.Sc., a researcher at the Loyalist College Centre for Natural Products and Medical Cannabis.
“CSS is proud to be the recipient of funding through the Mitacs Business Strategy Internship program to support Ms. Mak to work on the development and scale-up of novel nano-emulsion technology for cannabinoids,” says CSS CEO Dr. Usukuma Ekuere.
About the Loyalist College Centre for Natural Products and Medical Cannabis
Loyalist College’s Centre for Natural Products and Medical Cannabis is an innovation hub helping industry collaborate with academia to transform the results of research into high-quality, consistent, and safe products. The Centre specializes in working with start-ups and small and medium enterprises in the natural products and cannabis sectors, to help them develop, scale-up, and commercialize their ideas, products, and processes.
Mitacs is a not-for-profit organization that fosters growth and innovation in Canada by solving business challenges with research solutions from academic institutions. Mitacs is funded by the Government of Canada and the Government of Quebec along with the Government of Alberta, the Government of British Columbia, Research Manitoba, the Government of New Brunswick, the Government of Newfoundland and Labrador, the Government of Nova Scotia, the Government of Ontario, Innovation PEI, the Government of Saskatchewan, and the Government of Yukon.
About 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 US and Canadian patent application for the chemical extraction and fractionation of Cannabinoids and monoterpenes from cannabis flower and biomass utilizing their solvent technology, which is significantly more efficient than ethanol. This gives CSS the ability to significantly 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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