The research labs abandoned during COVID-19

by Enrique Lopez Garre CC0

What does the global pandemic mean for health research funding in Canada?   Jasleen Grewal, Communications, Education & Outreach editor The pandemic has placed unique demands on research efforts at universities and healthcare institutions around the world. In Canada, efforts have ramped up to support rapid testing for COVID-19 infections and create a vaccine. The […]

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A summer of health, medicine, and veterinary science blogging

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by Kasra Hassani Health, Medicine, and Veterinary Sciences subject editor Health, Medicine, and Veterinary Science bloggers at Science Borealis have had a busy summer generating informative and entertaining stories for their readers. Here are some summer highlights from our favorite blogs. Regulating homeopathic products Science-Based Pharmacy blog has been keenly following the ongoing debate about […]

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What’s the buzz (or not) around Canadian science policy?

Pascal Lapointe and Karine Morin, Science Policy co-editors OK, science bloggers, come here, we have to chat about something. Science Borealis is about blogging, right? About Canadian science blogging, right? Now. How is it possible that a quick search on Science Borealis reveals nothing, not one single post, about the federal consultation on science from February, […]

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