The Canada Research Coordinating Committee released an outline of the international stream of the New Frontiers in Research Fund, which will include up to $50 million in funding over five years to support Canadian researchers who are part of global teams funded through major European R&D programs Horizon 2020 and Horizon Europe.
Organization: Canada Research Coordinating Committee
The Canada Research Coordinating Committee has released its first progress report, highlighting accomplishments to date on five priority areas: interdisciplinary, international, high-risk/high-rewards, rapid response research; key emerging research areas; equity, diversity and inclusion (EDI); Indigenous research; and, the needs of early career researchers (ECR). Activities over the coming year include: calls for applications under the…
The tri-council granting agencies are determined to support more interdisciplinary research. But there are still several barriers to overcome before this can happen.
Policies and programs to promote equity, diversity and inclusion in research have been largely ineffective, say experts.
The New Frontiers in Research Fund will supplant the Networks of Centres of Excellence (NCE) program, a flagship science and innovation policy initiative that has been a centrepiece of Canadian science for nearly 30 years.
Its mission accomplished – with caveats – for Dr Mario Pinto as the president of the Natural Sciences and Engineering Research Council (NSERC) takes his leave from the granting council one year short of his five-year term to return to academia.
The Canada Research Coordinating Committee (CRCC) is taking the new Tri-Council Research Fund (TCRF) on the road to consult on how best to use $275 million over five years to boost international, interdisciplinary and high-risk research activities.
Science minister Kirsty Duncan met with members of the Canada Research Coordinating Committee (CRCC) this June to outline her expectations for the committee created in fall 2017 to harmonize research initiatives among federal granting agencies. Duncan’s office said the meeting was held in Ottawa where she made clear her expectations of the CRCC, how it…
The Canada Research Coordinating Committee (CRCC) is working to prepare to roll out an initial slate of programs to fulfill their mandate of harmonizing and coordinating research funding disbursed by the three federal research granting councils.
The Canada Research Coordinating Committee (CRCC), a group created last fall by Science minister Kirsty Duncan to harmonize and coordinate the programs and policies of the major granting agencies, has released a work plan that will guide it through its mandate. The committee includes as members the three granting councils — the Social Sciences and…