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02/06/2014
CSPC
01/05/2014
CSPC
The purpose of this newsletter is to connect with our community and ensure that you have all the information you need to connect with us.
CSPC 2014
07/04/2014
CSPC
Mark your calendar and save the date for the 6th Annual Canadian Science Policy Conference, to be held at the World Trade and Convention Centre in...
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18/02/2014
CSPC
What are the implications of the 2014 Federal Budget for Canada's S...
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18/02/2014
CSPC
In the last 10 years, much of the hard earned core technologies of our sector have been lost as firms have failed and/or been absorbed offshore...
21/11/2013
The Globe and Mail
12/11/2013
CSPC
The first day of the CSPC is concluded by a music performance. David Bell (Bassist), Dr. Lorne Tepperman (Keyboardist) and Dr. Nelles Van Loon (...
12/11/2013
CSPC
The first day of the CSPC is concluded by a music performance. David Bell (Bassist), Dr. Lorne Tepperman (Keyboardist) and Dr. Nelles Van Loon (...
12/11/2013
The movie will screen on November 21 2013 from 2pm to 3pm.
01/11/2013
Market Wired
The Canadian Patient Safety Institute will receive $38.1 million over five years to improve clinical safety across all healthcare contexts.
30/10/2013
CSPC
Are you the next Rick Mercer? Bill Nye? CSPC presents its first ever humorous speech contest, Whose Science is it Anyway? Thursday, November 21st...
29/10/2013
CSPC
We are thrilled to announce that the Honourable Greg Rickford, Minister of State (Science and Technology) will be speaking at CSPC 2013, more details...
29/10/2013
CSPC
Check out conference panel 11: Canada's Commercialization Challenge (organizer: Schroeder & Schroeder Inc.)
29/10/2013
NewStatesman
Is our relentless quest for economic growth killing the planet? Climate scientists have seen the data – and they are coming to some incendiary...
28/10/2013
CSPC
Check out conference panel 2 (organized by Genome Canada): The complexity of driving the bio-economy: Genomics, Canada’s natural resources and...
25/10/2013
thewig.com
Do you agree with the way scientific excellence is measured today?
24/10/2013
Naturejobs
An interesting look at science stereotypes:
24/10/2013
David Suzuki Foundation
Food and Water First is a new grassroots movement in southern Ontario. Its goal? To ensure stronger government policies and laws to protect prime...
23/10/2013
The Varsity
Elizabeth May, Kennedy Stewart, and Carolyn Bennett comprised the science policy debate panel at the University of Toronto this past Friday. It...
23/10/2013
Market Wired
Canada has now established a coherent, stand-alone set of blood safety regulations for all levels of the donation system. Regulatory consolidation...
23/10/2013
Science Careers
Scientists should be evaluated not on the basis of their successes—failures are important, too—but on the competence of their efforts and their...
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

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