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Friday, November 9 • 10:30am - 12:00pm
Science and the next generation: partnerships and collaborative infrastructure as enablers

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Recognizing the central role that science plays in many aspects of Canadian society, the federal government has developed a vision to foster a culture of evidence-based policy- and decision-making. This new vision will lead to enhanced science outcomes for Canadians through greater collaboration and improved infrastructure that will benefit the wider Canadian science ecosystem. Areas of focus include strengthened equity and diversity in science, support for the next generation of scholars, scientists being equipped with the tools and resources they need to succeed, and active engagement in the rapidly evolving global science landscape.

The panel discussion will focus on how scientific research can address today’s emerging challenges through new collaboration, supported by innovative and world class science infrastructure. Members will highlight successes with respect to collaboration across jurisdictions to address important scientific questions, how the pace of discovery and innovation is shaping their workplaces and influencing the tools they need, and how they are keeping pace with transformative changes in the global scientific landscape.


Moderators
avatar for Dr. Mona Nemer

Dr. Mona Nemer

Chief Science Advisor, Government of Canada
Dr. Mona Nemer is the Chief Science Advisor to Canada’s Prime Minister and Minister of Science. Her mandate is to provide advice on issues related to science and government policies that support it. This includes advising on ways to ensure that science is considered in policy decisions... Read More →

Speakers
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Dr. David Castle

Vice-President Research and a Professor in the School of Public Administration with an adjunct appointment in the Gustavson School of Business
Dr. David Castle is Vice-President Research and a Professor in the School of Public Administration with an adjunct appointment in the Gustavson School of Business. His research focuses on social aspects of life science innovation including science policy, democratic engagement, regulation... Read More →
avatar for Dr. Martha Crago

Dr. Martha Crago

Vice-Principal, Research and Innovation, McGill University
Professor Martha Crago is McGill University’s Vice-Principal (Research and Innovation). Prior to returning to McGill, she was the Vice-President (Research) at Dalhousie University. Her previous university administrative positions include Vice-President of International and Inter-Governmental... Read More →
avatar for Dr. Stacey Robinson

Dr. Stacey Robinson

Research Scientist at Environment and Climate Change Canada; Adjunct Professor at Carleton University
Dr. Stacey Robinson is a Research Scientist at Environment and Climate Change Canada andan Adjunct Professor at Carleton University. She is located at the National Wildlife ResearchCentre which is attached to the Department of Biology at Carleton University. Her researchcontributes... Read More →
avatar for Dr. Dan Wicklum

Dr. Dan Wicklum

Chief Executive, Canada’s Oil Sands Innovation Alliance (COSIA)
Dan Wickum has been Chief Executive of Canada’s Oil Sands Innovation Alliance (COSIA) since itsinception in 2012. Under his leadership, COSIA has become a globally unique catalyst for collaborationand innovation, with a billion-dollar portfolio of projects delivering on a mandate... Read More →


Friday November 9, 2018 10:30am - 12:00pm
Delta Ottawa, International Ballroom

Attendees (56)