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Number 1 / Volume 31

Publisher’s Welcome

A message from RE$EARCH MONEY Publisher and CEO Jeffrey Crelinsten. Welcome to the brand new R$ online experience!

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Number 20 / Volume 30

Supply chain collaborations underpin Bombardier’s approach to innovation

Talking to innovators: Bombardier’s Fassi Kafyeke

Not since the heady days of Nortel Networks has Canada seen one of its own invest so much in R&D. Excluding Nortel, Canadian aerospace giant Bombardier Inc has spent more than any other company on research and technology development here over the past 15 years — just shy of $12.

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Number 20 / Volume 30

Editorial – 30-20

The year 2016 is being described in a variety of (mostly negative) ways — but for Canadian STI, it will likely be remembered as the year of perpetual consultation. External reviews of economic growth, fundamental science, innovation and many others were staffed up and unleashed, propelling STI stakeholders into a holding pattern that persists as the year draws to a close.

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Number 19 / Volume 30

Editorial – 30-19

Of the innovation-related commitments made by the Liberal government, the creation of a Chief Science Advisor is a key one. When a successful candidate is selected this spring, Canada will re-join dozens of nations around the globe that recognize the importance of ensuring government science is firmly wedded to the political and policy spheres.

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Number 18 / Volume 30

Editorial – 30-18

Kirsty Duncan says Canadian science is back. However, details on how government plans to alter the existing research ecosystem will have to wait. In a recent interview with RE$EARCH MONEY, the federal Science minister was reluctant to divulge any specific observations or plans her government may have regarding science and research.

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Number 16 / Volume 30

Editorial – 30-16

Effectively utilizing the National Research Council as Canada’s premium generator of new knowledge and economic advancement has bedevilled a succession of government going back decades. Most recently, the agency has been reeling from top-down changes engineered by the previous president to transform it into a world-class research and technology organization.

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Number 15 / Volume 30

Editorial – 30-15

Bilateral R&D projects have long been seen as an effective vehicle for encouraging companies to bridge national divides for mutual benefit. The longevity of the Canada-Israel Industrial Research and Development Foundation is testament to the value it brings to our collaborating nations.

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Number 14 / Volume 30

Editorial – 30-14

There are 13 academic research programs across Canada that have been given a remarkable opportunity to excel on the international stage thanks to a Harper-era initiative designed to scale up national research strengths.

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