OCE accelerates auto innovation through new program partnerships  

As one of the key drivers of Ontario's economy, the automotive industry relies on innovation to ensure it stays globally competitive. Fueling that innovation is exactly what Ontario Centres of Excellence (OCE) and some of its partners are doing through programs that will move more automotive-based research from the classroom to the showroom. OCE, on behalf of the Ministry of Economic Development, Employment and Infrastructure, will invest $1 million supporting driverless and connected vehicles as well as teaming up with AUTO21 to provide 50 students with practical automotive industry R&D experience.
 
Partnering with angels

Ontario Centres of Excellence (OCE) has solidified its relationship with six Ontario angel investment groups as a means of bolstering resources and services for start-ups and entrepreneurs.

Strong engagement by health community in OCE innovation program

A recent event designed to explore challenges in the healthcare system and how innovation can improve patient care and hospital operations attracted more than 180 health and government officials, investors and representatives of technology companies.
YouTube co-founder talks disruptive tech at Discovery

On April 28, attendees at OCE's Discovery 2015 were treated to an appearance from keynote speaker Chad Hurley, co-founder of YouTube and CEO of MixBit.
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