Current Issue: Volume 30, Number 15

October 11, 2016

  1. Editorial
  2. Opinion Leader: Dr Alexandre Navarre, VP, Numinor Conseil Inc.
  3. CIIRDF offers unique gateway for capturing benefits of Israeli policies and technologies
  4. Higher education roundtable launches pilots for work-integrated learning and greater industry-academic collaboration
  5. Could Bitcoin technology improve Canada's science, technology & innovation indicators?
  6. Concordia launchs aviation think tank to help sector grow and compete
  7. CATA renews call to improve tax-based incentives for successful technology innovation
  8. Mitacs launches pilot program to embed science experts in federal government
  9. News Briefs
    • Thomson Reuters boosts presence in Toronto, Waterloo
    • UBC launching western Creative Destruction Lab
    • Ryerson DMZ strikes advisory council
    • Ministers agree to more Arctic science cooperation
    • New funding boosts Queen Elizabeth Scholars program
    • Panel to examine CIHR's awarding of research grants
    • Report says SPOR program effective with some caveats
    • Calendar

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