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NRC's portfolio structure, which replaced the old institutes and cut spending on fundamental research, will now itself be replaced with "research centres".
The role of Canada's new Chief Science Advisor in evidence-based decision-making.
Academics, industry and government have joined together, setting the stage for Canada to become a research and development powerhouse in AI.
A new system must build cross-sector collaboration, lower barriers to working together, and create excitement and tangible know-how to attract investment.
Investigating the implementation of data management and sharing requirements within development research projects.
Prime Minister Justin Trudeau has selected Ottawa heart researcher Mona Nemer to be the country's top scientist. Canada has been without a national science adviser since 2008.
While America closes its borders, its northern neighbor is poaching some of the best tech talent in the world.
Cardiology researcher Mona Nemer, is vice president for research at the University of Ottawa.
The proportion of researchers who only conducted fundamental research collapsed, declining from 24% to 1.6% between 2006 and 2015.
The number of researchers who work on basic science questions has dropped precipitously.
All research findings at the Montreal Neurological Institute are being shared publicly to accelerate scientific discovery.
Highly anticipated independent review also calls for better oversight and coordination of government research spending.
Panel recommends hefty boost for curiosity-driven research
Justin Trudeau, 23rd Prime Minister of Canada, answers the question "What is your stance on AI research given Canada's privileged position in the field?" in an online forum.
Last year’s Federal budget contained a number of significant dollar boosts for Canadian research but, more importantly, the language behind…
Support for science comes through reallocated money in “innovation” programs.
Emphasis on innovation overshadowed by funding freeze for key research councils.
In its new federal budget, Canada invests in machine learning and teaching kids to code, but offers no real plan for how to address workplace automation.
As United States and British legislators tighten the screws on travel and visa rules, they might be squeezing out international researchers and students. Canadian universities, meanwhile, are seeing surging interest from both groups.
Scientists ponder functionality of open science approach in the wake of Tanenbaum Open Science Institute announcement