Nextleaf Solutions is pleased to announce two major research and development grants which will help fund the continued development of innovative technology from the Coquitlam facility and lab.
The first is a National Research Council of Canada (NRC) grant through the Industrial Research Assistance Program (IRAP) for $102,000. The research focus is the development of processing techniques for removal of chlorophyll and other impurities from crude oil extract.
The second is through Sustainable Development Technology Canada (SDTC) for $2.5 million. Nextleaf is a consortium member with Terramera. The research focus is replacing toxic chemical pesticides with pesticides derived from natural products to be used in cannabis and hops production.
In addition to research projects, Nextleaf is focused on continual IP development through their Coquitlam based lab.
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