CR neophytes take heart--some Canadian academic institutions are recognizing the need for programmes emphasizing clinical research training and coursework for scientists.
We have a collective agreement that other faculty associations can look to, in
important ways, as a model.
There is a huge growth in biomedical research in Ottawa and an exciting scientific environment, with recruiting going on all over the place.
JSPS provides full support for Canadian researchers to conduct high-quality research in national laboratories, public research corporations, and some nonprofit research institutes for a period of 1 to 2 years.
The University is now stating that if it were to meet the DFA's salary and staffing demands, the tuition increase could go as high as 17% in September.
"One of the main problems in BC right now is that the government is taking major action on innumerable fronts, so there is a sort of numbness on the part of the public."
Ontario's universities are feeling the pinch after years of sustained cuts in provincial operating budgets.
The whole big thrust of Eye on Science is to motivate students to explore science and technology and to help them realize that they can do science at any age.
It's all about versatility--being able to recycle the same story in print, radio, and television but make it look different.
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