Current Issue: Volume 30, Number 10

June 23, 2016

  1. Editorial
  2. Opinion Leader: Dr Robert Luke, VP Research and Innovation, George Brown College
  3. Liberals outline summer of consultation for forthcoming Innovation Agenda
  4. New paper on innovation seeks to influence forthcoming Innovation Agenda's action plan
  5. CATA calls for changes to SR&ED program and looks to UK to improve administration
  6. Ontario adds science and chief science officer to its research and innovation ministry
  7. OECD gives Canadian economy largely positive assessment in latest survey
  8. Ottawa's Innovation Centre to offer business incubation and acceleration services
  9. News Briefs
    • Automotive R&D centre receives $17M from province
    • Montreal focus of $100-million smart city venture fund
    • IDRC governing board gets new chair and members
    • Open Text makes US $315-million acquisition from HP
    • Caisse de dépôt opens investment/development hub
    • Clarification
  10. People

    Dr Santa Ono, Dr Martha Piper, Valerie Walker and Vanessa Williamson.

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   RE$EARCH MONEY Special Budget Coverage
  • Universities and basic research benefit from innovation-friendly Budget with promises of more to come
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  • A Science and Innovation Budget for the 21st Century
    By Dr Alan Bernstein
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  • Back to the Future? - Maybe No Bad Thing
    By Dr Richard Hawkins
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   Special Features
  • STIC assessment of Canadian STI performance called "disturbing"
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  • Coalition pushes federal government for $500-million investment in stem cell cures
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