Tuesday, November 12, 2019

Tag: science

Government of Ontario Supports Freshwater Research and Education

The Government of Ontario is providing more than $2 million in funding to the International Institute for Sustainable Development Experimental Lakes Area (IISD-ELA), which...

Canada’s Climate is Warming Twice as Fast as Global Average

The newly released Canada’s Changing Climate Report provides the first in-depth, stand-alone assessment of how and why Canada’s climate has changed, and what changes...

Legislation to Improve Science-Based Decision Making in B.C.

Following a report issued in June, 2018, the B.C. government has introduced legislation aimed at making sure decisions affecting the province’s natural resources are...

IAGLR Responds to NSERC Funding Changes, Impacts on Great Lakes

The president of International Association for Great Lakes Research (IAGLR), Michael R. Twiss, PhD., has responded to a change in the structure of the...

Nanofiber Water Harvester Tech Captures Water from Air

Researchers are developing a lightweight, battery-powered freshwater harvester that could someday take as much as 37 Litres per hour from the air, even in...

Global Study Assesses Water Quality Using Drone-based Technologies

Experts are testing drones equipped with sensor technologies to enhance the monitoring of water worldwide as part of the $8.5 billion MONOCLE project funded...

New Policy Aims to Strengthen Trust in Government Science and...

Yesterday, the Government of Canada announced the Model Policy on Scientific Integrity, with an intention to foster a culture that supports and promotes science. Kirsty...

Vanier Scholars Elevate Canadian Water Research

Last week, Vanier Canada Graduate Scholarships were announced, with a number of scholars whose work addresses water-related issues being supported through the funding program. Named...

Support for Research Projects in Ontario Cleantech Available

Ontario has announced three funding programs to assist Ontario-based researchers. Funding will be available for up to 289 research projects across the province under...

New Survey Points to Political Interference with Federal Scientists

The Trudeau government has made progress in its efforts to reverse the impacts of muzzling under the previous government, says a new survey report...

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