Current Issue: Volume 29, Number 1

January 26, 2015

  1. Editorial
  2. Opinion Leader: Denys GT Cooper, consultant.
  3. NSERC suite of programs making sizable gains in industry-academic collaboration
  4. RE$EARCH MONEY Conference 2015
  5. OCE teams with Toronto's financial services firms to boost sector's size and influence
  6. R&D spending by private non-profit organizations to hold steady in 2015
  7. Canadian STI can't get a break as economic and political forces hobble advancement
  8. Alberta axes new agriculture research endowment fund
  9. News Briefs
    • CNL's hydrogen labs get $55-million upgrade
    • CAIP invests in Bioenterprise accelerator
    • Feds launch immigrant investor pilot program
    • Funding levels for two more NCEs revealed
    • Fed's $15-million investment in IQC reannounced
    • Genome Quebec and Oxford announce partnership
    • Canadian investment in ICT lags US: study
    • Kalgene licenses NRC molecule for Alzheimer's drug
    • Ontario scores big in China trade mission
    • Northern Ontario medical research receives $5 million
    • Janssen joins CQDM drug discovery consortium
  10. People

    Dr John Fallavollita, Dr Ward Wilson and Darren Gilmour.

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