Teams receive NSERC funding to work with international partners on climate change, clean energy projects


Five research teams recently received funding to work with international partners on projects related to climate change and clean energy. The funding comes from the National Science Foundation Global Centres initiative, a collaboration between NSERC, SSHRC, the US National Science Foundation, Australia’s Commonwealth Scientific and Industrial Research Organisation, and UK Research and Innovation. Projects involving researchers from institutions such as McMaster University, McGill University, the University of Toronto, the University of Guelph, and the University of Calgary received funding of over $3M. The projects are focused on a variety of clean energy and climate topics, such as using AI to track Biodiversity Change and creating an International Research Center for Green Hydrogen Production Technologies.

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