Partners & Exhibits
There are many ways to become a partner at the GIFS 2018 Conference!
The GIFS 2018 Emerging Technologies for Global Food Security conference will feature a dedicated exhibition area to provide organizations with an opportunity to promote products and services in a professionally presented and marketed exhibition display area.
Thank You to Our Partners
Ag-West Bio is Saskatchewan’s bioscience industry association. We bridge research and commercialization by linking early-stage companies with the resources they need to bring their ideas to life. www.agwest.sk.ca
College of Agriculture and Bioresources (University of Saskatchewan)
The College of Agriculture and Bioresources at the University of Saskatchewan is committed to responsibly caring for the environment while finding solutions to meet the demands of a hungry and growing world.
Genome Prairie, a non-profit organization, with offices in Winnipeg and Saskatoon, aligns partners and resources to develop and manage genomics and related bioscience research projects addressing key regional priorities including agriculture, human health, the environment, energy and mining. These efforts play a central role in building the region’s reputation as a location of choice for innovation and commercialization. www.genomeprairie.ca
Innovation Place operates technology parks adjacent to the province’s universities in Saskatoon and Regina. Innovation Place helps grow Saskatchewan's technology sector and provides a supportive environment for startups and early stage technology companies. www.innovationplace.com
- The Western Producer
- Manitoba Co-operator
- Alberta Farmer Express
SaskCanola: The Saskatchewan Canola Development Commission is a producer led organization, established in 1991 and supported by some 23,000 levy-paying Saskatchewan canola producers. Vision: Growing producer prosperity. Mission: To provide value to canola producers through advocacy, research, & market development.
Cornell Alliance for Science
Cornell Alliance for Science: The Cornell Alliance for Science seeks to promote access to scientific innovation as a means of enhancing food security, improving environmental sustainability, and raising the quality of life globally.
Saskatchewan Wheat Commission
Saskatchewan Wheat Commission: The Saskatchewan Wheat Development Commission (Sask Wheat) is a producer-led organization established to grow the province’s wheat industry. Vision: That wheat is a sustainable, pro?table and internationally competitive crop capturing the benefits for Saskatchewan farmers and the community.
Western Grains Research Foundation
The Western Grains Research Foundation (WGRF) is a farmer-funded and farmer-directed non-profit organization investing in agricultural research that benefits western Canadian producers. To date, we have invested more than $169 million to support diverse crop research projects.
International Development Research Centre
The International Development Research Centre (IDRC) funds research in developing countries to promote growth, reduce poverty, and drive large-scale positive change.
Le Centre de recherches pour le développement international (CRDI) finance des travaux de recherche dans les pays en développement afin d’y favoriser la croissance, de réduire la pauvreté et d’impulser des changements positifs à grande échelle.
Innovation Saskatchewan: Innovation Saskatchewan is the central agency of the Government of Saskatchewan with responsibility for implementing Saskatchewan’s innovation priorities. Innovation can be defined as the creation and transformation of knowledge and ideas into new products, processes and services that meet market needs.
- Corteva Agriscience, Agriculture Division of DowDuPont
Canpotex is one of the world’s largest potash exporters. Canpotex markets and delivers Saskatchewan potash, a valuable fertilizer nutrient, from Canadian mines to millions of fields and farmers around the world, helping the world grow more food. Annually, Canpotex transports potash to approximately 40 overseas countries —with the majority of their potash heading to Brazil, China, India, Indonesia and Malaysia.
Johnson Shoyama Centre for the Study of Science and Innovation Policy
CSIP is an academic research institute that supports better understanding of the policy dimensions of science and innovation through the application of robust theory, innovative method and evidence-informed discussion. Our mandate is to equip and enable academic, public, private and civil society sectors to successfully consider, debate and make decisions about new discoveries and technological applications building better understanding of and approaches to socially complex problems
CropLife Canada represents the Canadian manufacturers, developers and distributors of pest control and modern plant breeding products.
Scientists, researchers and students are invited to submit abstracts of their work and prepare posters for display during the conference. To apply, please fill out and submit the forms below:
Poster award winners will receive a complementary ticket to the conference gala dinner that will take place Thursday, June 21st.
Scientist, researchers and students that have been chosen to compete in our poster competition are invited to apply for a bursary to help fund thier travel to the 2018 Emerging Technologies for Global Food Secuirty Conference. To apply, please fill out and submit the form below: