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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
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...
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...
06/10/2013
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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/...
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
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...
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...
Conférence sur les politiques scientifiques canadiennes : un effort collectif fructueux La Conférence sur les politiques scientifiques canadiennes...
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,...

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