cspc 2018 nov 7-9 flyer

NOVEMBER 7 – 9, 2018

10th Canadian Science Policy Conference
Building Bridges Between Science, Policy and Society
Ottawa, Ontario

This year’s conference is happening at a very different time from the first one. Science Policy is not only on the radar, but is at the forefront of consideration for the main players within the field of scientific innovation. Science Policy has improved connections to the rest of society including the media and the political milieu. There is renewed vigour and focus in the development of new programs which promote the urgency and importance of evidence-based decision making


cspc presenters
Youth Program Excellence Winner

Jessica Kolopenuk
PhD Candidate, Faculty of Native Studies, University of Alberta
Topic: An Indigenous Approach to Canada’s National Missing Persons DNA Program

Conference Proceedings

Canadian Science Policy Centre is pleased to announce the themes of this year conference. Since 2018, we have decided to have fix general themes in order to have a big tenet for all interesting discussions at the intersection of science, innovation policy and society. Each theme includes several topics. These topics are selected through consultations with experts, delegates feedback. While the proposals do not have to be within any specific bullet point, these topics are encouraged.

Conference Photos, Videos & Editorials