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21/10/2013
nature.com
Members of the UN's newly created scientific advisory board have been announced:
20/10/2013
New CSPC Website Launches
19/10/2013
The Economist
How do you think we could change current Canadian science policy to encourage study replication? Is it possible given the current funding climate?
18/10/2013
Canadian News Wire
Canada has a very high incidence of Inflammatory Bowel Disease (IBD) compared to most other countries: the new $5 million investment will help to...
17/10/2013
The Agenda
In September, scientists from around the country rallied at Queen's Park to protest federal government cuts to scientific programs and the so-called...
17/10/2013
Lab Canada
Pierre Duchesne, Québec's minister of higher education, has announced that $2.1 billion will be provided for the province's newly developed policy...
06/10/2013
CSPC is proud to present the first ever, Canadian Science Policy Awards of Excellence - Youth Category. This award will recognize a student/...
06/10/2013
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30/04/2013
SCIENCEADVICE.CA
The assessment was conducted by a 13-member panel of distinguished and multidisciplinary experts from Canada and abroad. Esko Aho, Senior Fellow,...
26/02/2013
Science
The Australian government is proposing to spend AUD $500 million over 4 years to establish and support up to 10 "Industry Innovation Precincts" that...
26/02/2013
Scienceadvice
Canadian agriculture is faced with great opportunities, but also challenged by water-related risks and uncertainties.
09/04/2012
Flaherty’s budget is bold and restrained. The $17M for continued work on isotope technologies coupled with the $107M for AECL continuation for the...
09/04/2012
Last Thursday, the Conservative government presented a budget that draws out a timid course to close Canada’s long-standing innovation gap that will...
09/04/2012
There was good news for CANARIE in the 2012 federal budget: we will receive $40 million over the next two-year period, a clear indication of the...
15/04/2011
Agence Science-Presse
L’accès à l'eau potable est à présent reconnu comme un droit humain, mais encore faut-il trouver les moyens d’en faire une réalité. La « diplomatie...
15/04/2011
Agence Science-Presse
L’accès à l'eau potable est à présent reconnu comme un droit humain, mais encore faut-il trouver les moyens d’en faire une réalité. La « diplomatie...
15/04/2011
Science et politique tentent de dialoguer
Octobre faste au Québec : deux congrès sur les échanges entre science et politique, l’affaire du recensement qui n’en finit plus de rebondir et des...
Après cinq ans, la Conférence sur les politiques scientifiques canadiennes (CPSC) retourne à Toronto en vue d’un événement plus large, diversifié et...
Nous sommes heureux d’annoncer la présence de 24 groupes d’experts selon les cinq thèmes de la CPSC 2013 : diplomatie et échanges internationaux,...
Conférence sur les politiques scientifiques canadiennes : un effort collectif fructueux La Conférence sur les politiques scientifiques canadiennes...

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