Supporting the new generation
Stats and facts on how cutting-edge infrastructure helps train students and post-docs, giving them a competitive advantage to build their future.
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Focus group reports
Supporting early career researchers
Funding for research infrastructure enhances the ability of Canadian academic institutions to attract and retain sought-after researchers at the beginning of their career and helps to position those researchers for success.
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Equipping a new generation for success
Infrastructure funded by the Canada Foundation for Innovation enriches the training environment at research institutions in Canada and helps students and postdoctoral fellows acquire skills and expertise that give them a competitive advantage.
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The future belongs to the highly skilled
How working in leading-edge research labs is preparing a new generation for success, in the lab and out For young people in Canada, the skills needed to start a career are not what they once were: an increasingly technology-driven and competitive economy demands a work force with increasingly advanced and comprehensive capabilities. The creative and widespread use of advanced research tools and facilities across disciplines is an invaluable way to train not just scientists, but also entrepreneurs and professionals of many stripes. Read the story
In our opinion
Canada is primed for a transformational moment in research, one that fully recognizes the potential of the student rank. These young people have access to top-of-the-line equipment on which to hone their skills and become passionate about their work. And this has greatly contributed to their capacity to contribute to the health, safety and prosperity of our nation.
How can we continue to transform Canadian research? Look to the new generation