Science minister sees funding gaps for young researchers, multidisciplinary and multinational research

‘If you’re not getting your first grant till’s impossible,’ says Kirsty Duncan, who has worked as a scientist herself.

Science Minister Kirsty Duncan, pictured in Ottawa Nov. 10, says she's made a point of reaching out to opposition Parliamentarians. 'Good ideas don’t come from one party only.' The Hill Times photograph by Sam Garcia


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