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Number 7 / Volume 29

Editorial – 29-7

Is Canada’s research base being neglected? That’s the issue now being hotly debated following the federal Budget’s failure to provide the granting councils with enough new funding this year to stave off the impact of inflation and the rising costs of conducting research.

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Number 7 / Volume 29

Editorial – 29-7

Is Canada’s research base being neglected? That’s the issue now being hotly debated following the federal Budget’s failure to provide the granting councils with enough new funding this year to stave off the impact of inflation and the rising costs of conducting research.

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Number 6 / Volume 29

Editorial – 29-6

The demise of ISTPCanada is something of a puzzle. Months of attempting to determine whether it would continue to be supported by government was met with silence. With no guidance on its future prospects, the organization pulled down its website and closed up shop (see page 7).

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Number 6 / Volume 29

Editorial – 29-6

The demise of ISTPCanada is something of a puzzle. Months of attempting to determine whether it would continue to be supported by government was met with silence. With no guidance on its future prospects, the organization pulled down its website and closed up shop (see page 7).

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Number 5 / Volume 29

Editorial – 29-5

Canada’s natural resources sectors are the bedrock of the economy but are they engines of innovation? Unfortunately not often enough, but that doesn’t mean diligent efforts aren’t being made to diversify the products and economic benefits they provide.

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Number 5 / Volume 29

Editorial – 29-5

Canada’s natural resources sectors are the bedrock of the economy but are they engines of innovation? Unfortunately not often enough, but that doesn’t mean diligent efforts aren’t being made to diversify the products and economic benefits they provide.

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Number 4 / Volume 29

Editorial – 29-4

Fifteen years ago, Dr Henry Friesen reiterated his vision for the freshly created Canadian Institutes of Health Research. The former president of CIHR’s predecessor, the Medical Research Council, boldly stated that “a one-billion CIHR is possible and defensible” — a target determined by allocating 1% of health care costs to medical and health research (R$, April 21/00).

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Number 4 / Volume 29

Editorial – 29-4

Fifteen years ago, Dr Henry Friesen reiterated his vision for the freshly created Canadian Institutes of Health Research. The former president of CIHR’s predecessor, the Medical Research Council, boldly stated that “a one-billion CIHR is possible and defensible” — a target determined by allocating 1% of health care costs to medical and health research (R$, April 21/00).

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Number 3 / Volume 29

Editorial – 29-3

What to make of the appointment of Tom Jenkins as chair of the National Research Council’s governing council? Reaction throughout the S&T community appears to be largely positive, particularly among those who look favourably on the agency’s transformation into a research and technology organization.

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Number 3 / Volume 29

Editorial – 29-3

What to make of the appointment of Tom Jenkins as chair of the National Research Council’s governing council? Reaction throughout the S&T community appears to be largely positive, particularly among those who look favourably on the agency’s transformation into a research and technology organization.

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