- CANARIE and Association of University Research Parks Canada partner to support rapid commercialization of research
CANARIE, a vital component of Canada’s digital infrastructure supporting research, education and innovation, and the Association of University Research Parks (AURP) Canada, a national association representing 26 research and technology parks across Canada, today announced a partnership to exploit ICT technologies in an effort to enhance collaboration between industry and academia and to encourage innovation and economic development across Canada.
- Post-budget message from the President
CANARIE applauds the Government of Canada for the investments in research excellence, innovation and knowledge mobilization announced in Budget 2014. As Minister Flaherty highlighted in his speech, “investments in science and technology help Canadian businesses remain competitive while creating high-paying jobs”.
- CANARIE invests in 9 innovative software projects and boosts Canadian researchers toward faster scientific discovery
CANARIE, a vital component of Canada’s digital infrastructure supporting research, education and innovation, today announced a further $4M in investment to create nine software projects, selected from its Research Software Call for Proposals issued in June, 2013. These new software tools will enable researchers to access, process, manipulate, visualize, and share immense volumes of digital data and accelerate the progression of this data from collection to discovery and ultimately, to breakthroughs that enrich the lives of Canadians.