High Arctic research station saved by new funding Publish Date: 17-MAY-2013 08:27 AM Canada's northernmost research lab won't have to shut down after all and will be able to resume year-round operations, with the help of a new grant from the federal government.
The Polar Environment Atmospheric Research Laboratory (PEARL) in Eureka, Nunavut, will receive $5 million over five years, Minister of State for Science and Technology Gary Goodyear announced Friday
Scientists shocked after Harper government assigns IT staff to monitor ozone data Publish Date: 15-SEP-2012 09:54 AM Atmospheric scientists from around the world are asking Environment Canada to back down from a plan that they believe would compromise ozone and radiation monitoring by putting it into the hands of an Information Technology computer expert.
On the eve of the 25th anniversary of the Sept. 16 signing of the Montreal Protocol, an international treaty to reduce ozone-depleting pollution in the atmosphere, the scientists said they were shocked to learn about the budget cuts and staffing changes made by the Harper government.
Dr. Thomas McElroy, Senior Research Scientist, Environment Canada Publish Date: 12-NOV-2010 08:42 AM Dr. Tom McElroy is very active in Canada and internationally on issues related to ozone. He is a co-inventor of the Brewer Ozone Spectrophotometer in use in 41 countries world-wide and is the designer of the 'double Brewer', the most accurate ozone measuring instrument in the Global Ozone Observing System.
International Open Letter to Save Canadian Science
Publish Date: 17-FEB-2014 01:56 PM
PIPSC has been working alongside other unions, advocacy groups and media to promote the importance of government science through research projects and public awareness.
Prothèse bionique, greffes de cellules, gestes animés par la pensée grâce aux interfaces cerveau-machine, substances neuroprotectrices: la recherche foisonne pour combattre la paralysie. Jusqu'à faire espérer, un jour, la fin des Jeux paralympiques.
The National Energy Board has approved energy giant Enbridge's plan to reverse the flow and increase the capacity of a pipeline that has been running between southern Ontario and Montreal for years. The green light for the Calgary-based company is subject to certain conditions and requirements.