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12/11/2019
Genome Canada
11/11/2019
Washington, DC – The Journal of Science Policy & Governance (JSPG), an international non-profit and peer-reviewed publication managed by and for...
05/11/2019
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
  Internationally, the drive to make scholarly research available to all (Open Access - OA), is gathering momentum, spurred in large part by...
05/11/2019
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
The connection between policymakers, scientists and the public is essential in advancing innovative technology and policy to solve complex problems...
05/11/2019
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
Science didn’t make headlines during the 2019 Canadian federal elections — but for once, it did receive more attention, in part, due to scientists...
05/11/2019
  Digital technologies that collect, process, and analyze data are evolving at lightning speed. In this context, ‘agile’ has become the...
05/11/2019
Humankind may soon greatly expand its power over nature through a range of potentially transformative technologies. Advances in biotechnology, like...
05/11/2019
Risks from infectious and non-infectious emergencies are increasing in communities globally, influenced by emerging infectious diseases, extreme...
05/11/2019
  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
  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
  Smart cities promise increased prosperity and improved quality of life for communities that can strategically leverage advanced technology...
04/11/2019
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
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
The Bank of Canada’s communication is critical during uncertain economic times and plays an influential role in consumer behaviour. These...
04/11/2019
The pressure is on! Farmers around the world are facing incredible challenges to increase food production and protect the environment, all while...
21/10/2019
I work in a rather interesting space, trying to increase the creation and uptake of scientific research within the field of public policing. It has...
07/10/2019
Technical innovations are often described as making technologies more powerful, faster, or as disruptive change agents in industry. Who decides where...

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