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The CTA is pleased to help its aerospace clients benefit from the various types of funding available to reduce the costs of innovation projects.

For a complete list of the financial support available, please visit Synchronex’s website.

You can also contact us to learn more about funding opportunities.

Natural Sciences and Engineering Research Council of Canada (NSERC)



Engage Grants

Engage Grants are designed to give innovative companies that operate from a Canadian base access to the expertise, knowledge and capabilities available at Canadian colleges. These grants are intended to foster the development of new research partnerships by supporting short-term research and development projects aimed at addressing a company-specific problem.

 

Applied Research and Development (ARD2) grants

ARD grants are intended to provide companies that operate from a Canadian base access to the unique knowledge, expertise and capabilities available at Canadian colleges and to train students in essential technical skills required by companies. ARD grants support well-defined applied research and development projects undertaken by college researchers with their private-sector partners. The mutually beneficial collaborations are expected to result in economic benefits to the company and/or Canada. Projects may range from one year to three years in duration.

Applied Research and Development (ARD3) grants

The ARD grants are intended to provide companies that operate from a Canadian base access to the unique knowledge, expertise and capabilities available at Canadian colleges and to train students in essential technical skills required by companies. ARD grants support well-defined applied research and development projects undertaken by college researchers with their private-sector partners. The mutually beneficial collaborations are expected to result in economic benefits to the company and/or Canada. Projects may range from one year to three years in duration.

 

Innovation Links Grants

Innovation Links Grants are intended to develop and strengthen research links between colleges, universities and businesses to accelerate the development of promising technologies and promote their commercialization into the Canadian marketplace. The grants support college-university collaborations working with the business sector to realize success and commercialization of developed innovations. Projects may span up to three years in duration. 

 

Technology Access Centres (TAC) grants

TAC grants are intended to enhance the ability of companies, particularly small and medium-sized enterprises (SMEs), to become more productive and innovative by enabling them to readily access college expertise, technology and equipment. This access to college capabilities is intended to enhance the productivity, competitiveness and innovation of the participating SMEs. TAC grants are awarded for five years and are renewable.

 

Innovation Enhancement (IE) Grants (formerly CCI grants)

IE grants stimulate applied research that brings together necessary expertise from diverse fields to address business-driven challenges and opportunities. The grants provide funding to colleges on a competitive basis to support the growth of their applied research capacity leading to collaborative applied research and technology transfer activities with and to the benefit of companies—SMEs in particular.

CCI - APPLIED RESEARCH RAPID RESPONSE TO COVID-19

This funding opportunity aims to accelerate the transfer and application of applied research and of expertise for local community organizations and partners from the public, private, and not-for-profit sectors on COVID-19 related topics.

INDUSTRIAL RESEARCH CHAIRS FOR COLLEGES (IRCC) GRANTS 

IRCC grants support applied research leaders and their development of business-focused applied research programs at colleges. IRCC grants assist colleges to develop new or significantly enhance existing applied research efforts and capacity in areas that meet local or regional socio-economic needs. Chair holders are expected to conduct a program of applied research with partner companies.

Programme d'aide à la recherche et au transfert (PART – Research and Transfer Assistance Program)



The objective of the research and transfer assistance program is to develop human and technological resources of college educational institutions and college centers for the transfer of technology (CCTTs) in order to stimulate technological and social innovation in Québec. (Source: Ministry of Higher Education, Research and Science – MESRS).

Industrial Research Assistance Program of the National Research Council of Canada (NRC-IRAP)



For more than 60 years, NRC-IRAP has stimulated the creation of wealth in Canada through technological innovation. This mandate is largely achieved by providing technical support to small and medium-sized enterprises at all stages of their innovation process in order to help them develop their innovation potential. In addition, NRC-IRAP helps small and medium-sized businesses understand the current technological challenges and opportunities and connects them with leading experts in the field in Canada. (Source: National Research Council Canada).

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