C-Therm Technologies (formerly Mathis Instruments) has made remarkable progress in commercializing the patented non-destructive instrumentation since the technology's original inception at the University of New Brunswick over 12 years ago.
March 2004 - Mathis President playing an integral role in PAT
Sept 2003 - Dr. Mathis wins the $100,000 Manning Principal Award
Dr. Mathis wins prestigious Ernest C. Manning Foundation’s $100,000 Principal Award for Innovation – Canada’s highest such honour. Previous winners include the inventors of the Blackberry® and the SMART® board.
March 2002 - CBC News: Mathis Instruments (CBCSmall)
Successfully introduced two new solutions products TC-30™ revolutionizing thermal conductivity measurement and the BT-08™, taking blend uniformity testing to a new level.
Dec 2001 - CTV Newsnet: Interview with Dr. Nancy Mathis Instruments (NMCTV Small)
National Engineering Award for Support For Women
Inaugural Award by the Canadian Council of Professional Engineers
Dr. Nancy Mathis named one of the “Top 15 Women to Watch” by Chatelaine Magazine