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CSPC 2019 Panels & Speakers

CSPC 2019 Featured Editorials

05/11/2019
Teresa Scassa
  Digital technologies that collect, process, and analyze data are evolving at lightning speed. In this context, ‘agile’ has become the...
05/11/2019
Nathan Alexander Sears
Humankind may soon greatly expand its power over nature through a range of potentially transformative technologies. Advances in biotechnology, like...
05/11/2019
Yasmin Khan
Risks from infectious and non-infectious emergencies are increasing in communities globally, influenced by emerging infectious diseases, extreme...
05/11/2019
Marcela Reyes, PhD
Alejandra Ortega, Soc. Anth, MSc(c)
Carolina Venegas, MSc
Camila Corvalan, PhD
  In recent decades, obesity has shown a continuous rise worldwide. Chile is one of the countries with the highest rates of obesity in the...
05/11/2019
Alice Fleerackers
Julia Krolik
Cat Lau
Dorina Simeonov
  A recent survey paints a surprising picture of the state of science in Canada. While the vast majority of Canadians — 84 percent — believe...
05/11/2019
Monique Crichlow
David Castle, PhD
  Smart cities promise increased prosperity and improved quality of life for communities that can strategically leverage advanced technology...
05/11/2019
Dr. Viviane Poupon
In 2016, The Neuro (Montreal Neurological Institute and Hospital) launched an initiative to fully adopt open science with the creation of the...
05/11/2019
Suzzane Kettley
Several Authors
  Internationally, the drive to make scholarly research available to all (Open Access - OA), is gathering momentum, spurred in large part by...
05/11/2019
Christina Tessier
Most Canadians believe that in the future, scientific advancement will play a major role in solving challenges and pressing needs.[1] Research shows...
05/11/2019
Dr. Margot A. Hurlbert
The connection between policymakers, scientists and the public is essential in advancing innovative technology and policy to solve complex problems...
05/11/2019
Dr. Uwe Glässer
Cyberattacks are increasing in frequency, severity and sophistication. Is Canada well-positioned in this arena and ready to take on the growing...
05/11/2019
Farah Qaiser
Frank Telfer
Tina Gruosso
Bensun Fong
Science didn’t make headlines during the 2019 Canadian federal elections — but for once, it did receive more attention, in part, due to scientists...
04/11/2019
H.E. Anne Kari H. Ovind
The Arctic is undergoing immense change. The region is warming twice as fast as the rest of the globe. Particles of plastics burnt halfway around the...
04/11/2019
M. A. Lemay
The ‘promise of science’ is about envisioning possible futures from advances in science and technology.  It is our expectation that science will...
04/11/2019
Luba Petersen
The Bank of Canada’s communication is critical during uncertain economic times and plays an influential role in consumer behaviour. These...
04/11/2019
Chris McPhee
Margaret Bancerz
The pressure is on! Farmers around the world are facing incredible challenges to increase food production and protect the environment, all while...
30/09/2019
David O’Neill, PhD
Christine Williams, PhD
In a climate where public funding is emphasizing value for money, there is a rising need to better capitalize on government investment in research...