International science collaborations have never been more active than during the pandemic. The sharing of scientific information across borders — from genomic datasets to open-access journal articles — has allowed for rapid progress in the fight against COVID-19 that would otherwise have been hamstrung.Read More
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Governments in Ottawa and Quebec City have committed hundreds of millions of dollars in support for aerospace companies after the pandemic decimated the sector.Read More
Starting this week, the Canadian government is asking for public input on a “modern copyright framework” for artificial intelligence and the Internet of Things.Read More
The federal government has released a list of guidelines for universities and research institutions as the result of a working group convened earlier this summer.Read More
The non-profit Evidence for Democracy has released a framework to judge government policies based on the level of transparency around evidence.Read More
Chris Albinson, the new CEO of Waterloo-based Communitech, says he sees the same process underway in Silicon Valley today that took place in Boston in the late 1990s — and the Waterloo Region is well-placed to become the technology hub to replace it.Read More
A recent IEA report indicates that it will be critical to develop new clean technology in the next decade, writes Sebastian Leck, Research Money’s managing editor.Read More
Research Money spoke to Jean-Eric Paquet, the director general of the European Commission’s Research and Innovation directorate, along with Roseann O’Reilly Runte, the president and CEO of the Canada Foundation for Innovation, on how COVID-19 will affect research infrastructure and how those lessons might apply to future crises.Read More
Too often, the products of science and research done within Canada’s borders ends up being sold or commercialized elsewhere. But there’s been a strong effort in the last few months to attempt to reverse the decades-long trend, writes Research Money’s managing editor Sebastian Leck.Read More
The 2021 federal budget undoubtedly provided large and much-needed investments to Canadian science and technology. However, the federal government needs to better articulate its industrial policies and strategy, writes Research Money managing editor Sebastian Leck.Read More
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