Science Minister Kirsty Duncan announces 328-million dollars in funding to 17 national research facilities.
The Canadian Life and Health Insurance Association has made a decision to stop requiring genetic testing for life insurance policies valued up to $250 000, a move now being criticized as an attempt to block legislation against genetic testing requirements tabled by the Liberal’s in 2016.
New Zealand's Chief Science Advisor spoke for ISSP/CSPC in Ottawa about science advice in today's world and the role of a Chief Science Advisor.
McGill University Post-Doc Association and PGSS are looking for post-doc applicants for a new pilot program geared to help post-doctoral fellows to gain teaching experience.
The US Department of Agriculture has banned scientists and research employees from publically sharing materials related to research.
After Trump administration cracks down on scientific agencies in government, US Scientists plan March on Washington.
The Scientists' March on Washington is set for April 22nd, Earth Day.
New findings on the impact of postdoctoral research on early-career scientists in a report titled The impact of postdoctoral training on early careers in biomedicine have been published in Nature Biotechnology.
The global network of Biological Safety Level 4 (BSL-4) pathogen research facilities is set to expand, with a new facility in Wuhan, China, expected to be approved soon.
Dave Chan's report in the Globe and Mail details the challenges to obtain new drugs faced by Canadians who live with rare diseases.