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10/10/2017
One day, the U.S. president is taunting North Korea, treating nuclear conflict like it’s WrestleMania. The next, he glibly dismisses racial injustice...
10/10/2017
CSPC 2017 Panel 318-323: Addressing Major Global Challenges through Science and Public Policy Climate Change is a wicked and unwieldy problem...
09/10/2017
Is there such a thing as common advice for boundary organizations, organizations that link knowledge with decision-making? Let me start by...
07/10/2017
The un-editorial: How do we forge ahead? How to start an editorial as a new contributor to CSPC? How to build on the existing knowledge? How to...
07/10/2017
Action Needed to Aid Women and Girls in Science in Northern/Remote Communities When I meet other scientists, I am proud to say that I come from...
07/10/2017
Canada’s impact agenda is everyone’s agenda Academic research delivers economic, cultural, social, health and environmental impact. This fact was...
06/10/2017
A recent poll commissioned by the Ontario Science Centre paints an alarming picture of the public perception of science in Canada (http://www.cbc.ca/...
06/10/2017
Missing Numbers - Missing Voices: Closing the Gender Gap in STEM “Oh, that’s the spouse’s club.” replied the person next to me at the back of the...
04/10/2017
Michael Smith Foundation for Health Research
The Michael Smith Foundation for Health Research is pleased to announce the appointment of Dr. Joy Johnson, vice-president research and international...
04/10/2017
Michael Smith Foundation for Health Research
MSFHR is delighted to convene the first MSFHR Research Leaders Forum, a group of internationally recognized researchers who will advise the...
03/10/2017
Public Health Agency of Canada

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