Current Issue: Volume 30, Number 7

May 4, 2016

  1. Editorial
  2. Opinion Leader: Peter Morand, past president, NSERC and independent director, SOVAR
  3. Skilled workers, government support fast-track Huawei's "5G Ontario" expansion
  4. Statscan's collection of business R&D now includes social sciences and humanities
  5. Clean tech sector employment continues to rise as revenues fall for first time: report
  6. Three original NCE Knowledge Mobilization networks renewed through to 2019
  7. NCE program launches pilot to strengthen Canada's international research linkages
  8. Governor General Innovation Awards celebrate wide range of Canadian ingenuity
  9. US security concerns over Huawei result in growing R&D operations in Canada
  10. News Briefs
    • FTQ cites federal tax credit as it boosts investment plans
    • CIHR funds research into disease-environment link
    • Groups work to develop national fintech strategy
    • Deloitte and TMX collaborate with Lazaridis Institute
    • Tattoo removal cream licensed to Cipher
  11. People

    Dr Asimina Arvanitaki, Duncan Hawthorne, Kathleen Walsh, Dr Katie Gibbs, Daniel Friedman, Howard Lance, Dr Pascal Spothelfer and Dr Alan Winter.






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