Here are our top picks for This Week in Science Policy:
Fundamental science needs further investment The era of stagnation is behind us, but we are a long way from the finish line mapped out by the Naylor Report.
State of the Atlantic Ocean report shows the effects of climate change on marine ecosystems. Pair this with this article on how 'Individual action matters': climate communicators need to give useful advice, researcher says to see what you can do to help the climate crisis.
And for some exciting #SciPolJobs, Opportunities and local events, we have:
Funded PhD position To investigate: Maximising the benefits of knowledge intermediaries working to connect sustainability science, policy and practice, Australian National University
Local Events and Opportunities
The #innovationconversation of the year is almost here! Join the R$ Conference “New bets and old favourites: Creating a recipe for success in the innovation economy”, happening 16-17 April in Ottawa. Use code AP2019 for a $50 discount! Click here for more details and to register for the conference!
PhD students, submit your application! Call for Proposals for My Nordic Project: Popular Science and Synthesis Exercise. Click here for more details!
With Canada heading to the polls on Oct 21. Join E4D by taking this survey to help them make sure that what we look for in Election 2019 policy platforms reflect the needs of our science and research community
Keep an eye out for our next week's update on the news section #SPEthursday #ThisWeekinSciPol #SciPolJobs