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During the late 1980's and prior to joining QuestAir, he headed the Science Council of British Columbia for two years and then consulted to technology start-ups, serving as a technology advisor and on the boards of a number of such companies.
This award was established in 1990 by the Science Council of British Columbia and was presented during October of last year.
Fibiger has received many honors for his research contributions, including the Clark Institute Prize in Psychiatry, the Heinz Lehmann Award of the Canadian College of Neuropsychopharmacology, the Killam Research Prize, the Gold Medal in Health Sciences from the Science Council of British Columbia and the Tanenbaum Distinguished Scientist Award in Schizophrenia Research.
MDSI's outstanding achievements in acquiring technology and products to serve mobile data users are indeed worthy of this recognition," wrote The Science Council of British Columbia.
Westport's technology was developed with the assistance of, among others, the University of British Columbia, the Science Council of British Columbia, the National Research Council of Canada's IRAP program, the Natural Sciences and Engineering Research Council of Canada, the California Air Resources Board, the United States Department of Energy, the California Energy Commission, and the Bay Area Air Quality Management District, and with the support and assistance of many dedicated suppliers and partners.
During the device development process, Pyng received valuable support from both the National Science Council and the Science Council of British Columbia.
Nortran" or the "Company") announced today that it has received funding from the Science Council of British Columbia through the province's Technology BC program, to set up an in-house molecular electrophysiology program at Nortran.
The Company is also pleased to report that the Science Council of British Columbia, based on the results of the first year's research, has awarded additional funding for continued research on the prevention of Coronary Artery Disease using the Company's sterol composition.