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Ekidna Sensing Accepted into First VentureLAB HCI Cohort

January 30, 2020

We are proud to announce our participation in the first VentureLAB HCI cohort. This program is Canada’s first and only semiconductor focused hardware incubator, and has $13 million in joint funding from the federal government and industry technology leaders.

Ekidna on CTV Morning Live

November 12, 2019

CTV Morning Live: Our founders visited the CTV set and discussed the cannabis industry, how the Ekidna test works, and the research that started us off.

University of Ottawa Developing Device to Measure THC to CBD Ratio to Help Crops and Cops

October 22, 2019

From the GrowthOP: The cannabis industry may soon undergo a seismic shift that will lie in the hands of growers. Researchers from the University of Ottawa are working on a hand-held tool that measures the ratio of THC to CBD in cannabis crops.

University of Ottawa Develops Palm-Sized Cannabis Analysis Tool

October 20, 2019

From Researchers from the university developed a tool that measures the ratio of the two major pharmacological components of cannabis: tetrahydrocannabinol (THC) and cannabidiol (CBD). The low-cost, miniaturized device is also equipped with technology to help…

Made-in-Ottawa Device Puts Testing in the Hands of Pot Producers

October 19, 2019

From CBC News: Researchers at the University of Ottawa are developing a hand-held device they hope will revolutionize cannabis production by giving growers the ability to test the ratio of THC to CBD in their plants.

Les Secrets du Cannabis en Quelques Secondes

October 17, 2019

Le Droit: Des chercheurs de l’Université d’Ottawa ont mis au point une technologie miniaturisée pour permettre aux producteurs de cannabis de détecter et d’analyser en quelques secondes les concentrations des deux principaux composants pharmacologiques du cannabis, soit le THC,…

Détecteur Portatif de Qualité du Cannabis : il Existe Désormais un Prototype

October 17, 2019

Radio Canada: ICI Nord de l’Ontario: Un an après la légalisation du cannabis au Canada, des chercheurs de l’Université d’Ottawa annoncent l’invention de capteurs miniatures qui pourrait faciliter le travail des producteurs de marijuana et des policiers. Read More