The Honourable Gary Goodyear, Minister of State for Science and Technology, speaks about research funding cuts at the annual Research Money conference
Honourable Gary Goodyear, Minister of State for Science and Technology,
speaks about research funding cuts at the annual Research Money
does this means support for research or just another way of supporting
industry!!!??? no one says stop supporting industry but that should not
come at the expense of supporting science oriented research...
""Canada's long-term economic competitiveness depends on encouraging
research that can be commercialized and used to fuel the high-growth
companies of tomorrow," said Minister of State Goodyear. "By focusing on
the drivers of growth and job creation, the measures announced by our
government are strengthening the entrepreneurial spirit of this great
country." Economic Action Plan 2012 builds on Canada's advantageous
economic position and adopts a new approach to enhance support for
greater business innovation. This includes providing $400 million to
help high-growth firms access risk capital, supporting private and
public research collaboration, encouraging innovation through
procurement and refocusing the National Research Council of Canada."
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