GARDN’s 3rd Integration Workshop will be the occasion to welcome EcoMundo, a team of scientist experts in chemical substances and their regulations, to present the practical aspects of the European Union chemical regulations and their impact on the aerospace sector....
GARDN Appointed Partner Taking Action in the Government of Canada’s New Federal Sustainable Development Strategy Initiative
The Federal Sustainable Development Strategy (FSDS) introduces Canadians to the Government of Canada's sustainable development priorities and the objectives, targets and policy initiatives of 41 departments and agencies over the next three years, from 2016 to 2019....
Nearly 75 participants from all over the country came to the 8th Annual General Meeting of the Green Aviation Research & Development Network (GARDN) at the McGill Faculty Club and Conference Centre on September29. Jim Quick, President and CEO of the Aerospace...
GARDN II Now Accepting Project Ideas for its 4th Round! GARDN invites you to participate at GARDN’s fourth call for projects by submitting a collaborative R&D project idea. GARDN is now looking for small project ideas, from 6 to 24 months, based on industry needs that could be pursued in the context of their research programs.
SUCCESS STORY – GARDN is proud that two GARDN projects were key to a new collaboration between Esterline CMC Electronics (CMC) and Ukrainian company Antonov. CMC has entered into a long-term agreement to offer its CMA-9000 Flight Management System with its displays and GPS on a number of Antonov aircraft.
Innovitech, an active business for more 25 years on the local, national and international scene, supports its customers through every stage of the innovation chain. Innovitech is currently seeking an administrative and accounting assistant or bookkeeper for the Green Aviation Research & Development Network (GARDN).
A new research and development project will enter the third round of GARDN II, joining the other three projects approved on April 11, 2016 by the Board of Directors.
On May 10, 2016, Air Canada announced that Canada’s Biojet Supply Chain Initiative (CBSCI) will take place at the Montreal-Trudeau Airport. This collaborative project, led by Waterfall Group, brings together 13 organizations.
On April 11, 2016, the GARDN Board of Directors met to select projects to launch the third round of GARDN II.
Last chance to be part of a GARDN II project. You are invited to participate to GARDN II’s third and final call for projects by submitting research project ideas!