Universities all over Canada encourage creativity, support scientific discoveries, and educate the researchers and workers of the future. The Government of Canada is investing in the success of Canada’s researchers in order to keep the country at the forefront of research, innovation, and wealth creation.
Today, Parliamentary Secretary Andy Fillmore and the Fair Sean Fraser, Pastor of Movement, Exiles and Citizenship, featured a speculation of more than $154 million in Dalhousie College through the Canada First Exploration Greatness Asset (CFREF). The Honourable François-Philippe Champagne, Minister of Innovation, Science, and Industry, made the announcement on April 28 that a $1.4 billion investment would be made to support 11 major research projects. Researchers at Canadian universities will be able to use the strengths of their research areas to attract capital and world-class talent thanks to this investment.
Researchers working on the Transforming Climate Action project at Dalhousie University: The goal of the Addressing the Missing Ocean initiative is to learn more about how oceans deal with the growing climate crisis. They will foster new ways to deal with alleviate environmental change and further develop equity and value in the connection between seas, environment and individuals. The Changing Environment Activity drive — and all CFREF drives — will cultivate local area, commonplace, public and worldwide associations across the scholar, private and not-revenue driven areas to convey research prompting significant social and monetary advantages for Canadians.
By supporting drives zeroed in on, in addition to other things, cutting fossil fuel byproducts in our networks; preventing and treating diseases of the brain and heart; CFREF is assisting Canadian researchers to pioneer global insights and to strengthen Canada’s social and technological innovation ecosystems by making discoveries through responsible use of artificial intelligence, robotics, and advanced computing.