Canada announces over $45M for 102 research projects

The Government of Canada has announced over $45M in funding through the New Frontiers in Research Fund to support 102 research projects in social, cultural, economic, health, and technological areas. The funding will go to 751 researchers across the country who are conducting research on topics such as amphibious housing for Indigenous populations, root system architectures, and Black creativity, “Today’s investment in Canadian researchers demonstrates our government’s confidence in Canadians to find innovative solutions,” said federal Minister of Innovation, Science and Industry François-Philippe Champagne. “With ambitious Canadian talent, we are drastically improving the lives of all Canadians.” Canada Note: Archived stories may contain dead links or be missing source links.

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