Canada’s Ocean Supercluster announced four projects today including the Smart Protective Coatings Project as a part of its core Technology Leadership stream of projects. With a total project value of more than $4.6 million, Canada’s Ocean Supercluster will provide $2.2 million in funding with the balance coming from industry partners. The Smart Protective Coatings Project is led by Dartmouth-based SME, Graphite Innovation and Technologies, together with partners Horizon Maritime Services Ltd, and Mitacs.
Halifax, Nova Scotia, Canada (June 19, 2019) — Graphite Innovation and Technologies Inc. (GIT) continues to grow and is pleased to share its newest collaboration… Read More »GIT Joins Atlantic Canada Partners to Pursue Project Opportunities with the Ocean Supercluster
Halifax, Nova Scotia, Canada (June 17, 2019) — Graphite Innovation and Technologies (GIT) will be attending the upcoming Cluster Building Forum hosted by Canada’s Ocean… Read More »GIT is Attending Upcoming Ocean Supercluster Forum in St. John’s
The eighth annual Ocean Exchange, to be held in Savannah, Georgia, has selected Graphite Innovation and Technologies (GIT), a Halifax-based materials company, as a finalist… Read More »GIT Selected as Ocean Exchange Finalist for $100,000 WWL Orcelle Award
Announced today, 27 businesses have received funding and mentorship through Innovacorp’s ocean technology and clean technology acceleration programs this fall — including Graphite Innovation and… Read More »GIT chosen for ocean and clean technology acceleration programs
Over 25 of North America’s most innovative ocean technology startup companies have been selected to present in San Diego, California on November 10, 2017 —… Read More »GIT selected to present to investors at BlueTech PitchFest in San Diego
Graphite Innovation and Technologies (GIT), a leading Canadian materials engineering firm, today shared details of a new collaboration with The Boat Shop, a premier boat sales and service organization based in Halifax, Nova Scotia.
Graphite Innovation & Technologies (GIT) Inc. is developing and testing a disruptive marine coating that reduces biofouling on marine vessels. Phase One of the testing is being conducting at COVE (Centre for Ocean Ventures and Entrepreneurship).