Canadian Science Funding Review Should Include Science Communication


Sarah Boon, Science Borealis Management Team, and Pascal Lapointe, Agence Science-Presse What would happen to Canadian science and science culture if federal research funding included support for science communication? It’s not that far-fetched an idea. In the US, the National Science Foundation (NSF) has a ‘broader impacts’ component that requires scientists applying for research grants […]

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Call to Canadian Science Bloggers: Fill the Media Gap

by Kimberly Moynahan Science in Society subject editor As many of you already know, the Council of Canadian Academies released an assessment last week entitled, “Science Culture: Where Canada Stands.” The report is the result of an in-depth, independent assessment to investigate the state of Canada’s science culture.  It was initiated in 2012 at the […]

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