Building the future of federal science

EurekAlert  August 8, 2019 According to the Council of Canadian Academies’ budget for 2018, the federal government committed $2.8 billion to renew its science laboratories through an infrastructure initiative. One of the goals of the initiative is to support the construction of multi‐purpose facilities that bring together scientists and engineers from across different departments and sectors. Beginning in 2019, the federal government will consider approaches to assess infrastructure investment opportunities that reflect a new vision for the federal S&T enterprise as collaborative, adaptive, and efficient… read more. Open Access REPORT

Canada has future tech leadership with quantum computers, AI, nanotechnology, fusion and molten salt

Next Big Future  August 29, 2018 In 2018, Canada is ranked tenth in the world in nominal GDP. Despite having an economy that is 11 times smaller than the USA or 7 times smaller than China, Canada has world competitive or world-leading projects in many fields – Nuclear fusion and nuclear-molten salt, Quantum Computers and AI leadership, Artificial intelligence ecosystem, Advanced molten salt and fast reactor fission, Atomic memory, and Molecular nanotechnology… read more.