The Edmonton Economic Development Corporation (EEDC) has been highlighting the role of the ever-growing technology sector in the city in a series of news releases, in particular highlighting the role of the Greater Edmonton Regional Technology Alliance which includes the  EEDC, TEC Edmonton, novaNAIT, Northern Alberta Business Incubator, Business Link, the National Institute of Nanotechnology, the National Research Council's Industrial Research and Assistance Program and now Startup Edmonton.

"Taking Ideas to Market" focused on TEC Edmonton as a key player in the Alliance.

"novaNAIT Valuable Member of Regional Alliance" explains the role of novaNAIT within the Alliance, as the home of applied research and enterprise development at the Northern Alberta Institute of Technology.

 "Edmonton is a hotbed of Research and Innovation" touched on three recent news items on the subject of innovation: U of A medical researchers have discovered a  'very promising' treatment for Huntington Disease; Funding from Alberta Innovates-Bio Solutions to  three Alberta firms including Ceapro and Radiant Technologies in Edmonton to develop new bioproducts from Alberta biomass, and the rewarding of the prestigious Brockhouse Canada Prize for Interdisciplinary Research in Science and Engineeringto five senior members of the Alberta Glycomics Centre - one of Alberta's Centres for Research and Commercialization supported by Alberta Innovates Technology futures. Glycomics is the study of the role of carbohydrates and carbohydrate-containing biomolecules in biological systems.