Creso Sá looks at what the recent superclusters announcement really means for universities and academic research.
As the year draws to a close, we’re looking back at our top stories of 2017: the stories that resonated most with readers and those that shaped the year. For a quiet moment this December, happy reading. Warmly, the University Affairs team Most read Predatory publishers The number of predatory publishers is skyrocketing and they’re pouncing on unsuspecting scholars. In […]
Protests like the March for Science can be cathartic, but Canada’s science community and government should both ditch spin and open the lines of communication.
Researchers at universities across the country are struggling, says Dr. Woodgett of Toronto’s Lunenfeld-Tanenbaum Research Institute.
Canada’s science minister says she understands the research community and wants to hear its concerns.
There’s growing respect for a collaborative kind of research activity that starts with a two-way exchange of information between researchers and the community