We select up to 4 articles each day based on the potential for change that it could bring to all of us.
InnovationToronto.com is a different web exploration destination in The Age of What’s Next
For 10 years, Innovation Toronto has posted daily selections from the multitude of important research and development announcements published by top universities, research institutes, science and technology media from around the world.
IT only publishes stories and announcements that have the potential, in our opinion, to impact or change our lives – or, to point out a different approach or way of thinking. While focusing as much as possible on opportunities, we do not shy away from the challenges and threats that loom large. Overall, after nine years of perspective, we are cautiously optimistic.
The selections are intended to stimulate awareness, provide an overview on important innovation and/or promote thoughtful action. There are no real categories per se as we are looking at innovation in the overall context – our site relies on search via keywords and phrases for you to find what you are looking for or just to explore. Our only “filter” is what we pick to highlight in the first place – it is then up to you to identify things of interest and importance.
Ten years and 13,000+ articles later, the site is visited regularly by people with wide interests from over 100 countries. Innovation Toronto’s social media connectors have the ability to reach millions with timely information.
Innovation Toronto, via its founder, received The Queen Elizabeth II Diamond Jubilee Medal for Science and Technology. The Queen Elizabeth II Diamond Jubilee Medal was created in 2012 to mark the 60th anniversary of Her Majesty Queen Elizabeth II’s accession to the Throne as Queen of Canada. The Medal honours Canadians (organizations) who have made significant contributions to Canadian society.
We select what we deem to be the most significant research find daily so you will always find something new and thought-provoking from the global community of research and discovery . . .