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Research Software – December 2018 Newsletter

CANARIE Awards $4.4M to 20 Research Teams to Develop Advanced Software to Improve Vaccines, Monitor Climate Change, and More We are very proud to announce up to $4.4M funding awarded to 20 Canadian research teams to develop research software that can serve multiple groups of researchers regardless of specialty. The funding is part of the Government […]

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blog arrowDate: December 18, 2018


How I learned about governance at NREN conferences

Good governance is the key to success in a complex, ever-changing, multi-stakeholder environment. Contributed by: Kathryn Anthonisen | Vice President, External Relations End-of-year (or month, or week) reflections are always worthwhile, and recently I have been reflecting on what I learned in 2018 at conferences hosted by CANARIE’s National Research and Education Network (NREN) partners. […]

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blog arrowDate: December 6, 2018


CANARIE Awards up to $3.2M in Funding to 9 Research Teams to Develop Research Data Management Software Tools

Funded software tools aim to strengthen Canada’s capacity to manage research data [Ottawa, ON] CANARIE, a vital component of Canada’s digital infrastructure supporting research, education and innovation, today announced nine successful recipients of its Research Data Management (RDM) funding call, announced in May 2018. This new funding will enable research teams to develop software components […]

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blog arrowDate: November 27, 2018


9 Perspectives on our AI-Driven Automation Nation

One of the most burning issues in technology: the use of AI and automation Contributed by: Alex Bushell | Manager, Strategic Policy Every year, the CANARIE Summit brings together thought leaders in government, academia, and the private sector, for an in-depth analysis of a specific technology, its applications, and their social and political impact. This […]

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blog arrowDate: November 27, 2018


Science is a global race and we’re all on the same team

It’s essential that we don’t lose focus on the importance of global science Contributed by: Jim Ghadbane, President and CEO In the face of international political agendas that seem intent on tightening borders to support more nationalistic economic motives, it’s essential that we don’t lose focus on the importance of global science. Beyond satisfying our […]

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blog arrowDate: November 22, 2018