The Digital Research Infrastructure Strategy, worth $572.5-million over five years, will 'help researchers collaborate and solve challenges around issues such as health, climate change, and food and cyber security,' Minister Kirsty Duncan said.
Science Minister Kirsty Duncan says improving the equity and diversity of research community is a key priority in her vision for science in Canada. The Hill Times photograph by Andrew Meade
Coming off a so-called “science budget” that infused $4-billion into Canada’s science and research community and $2.8-billion to renew federal science labs, you could say it’s been a pretty good start to 2018 for Science Minister Kirsty Duncan.
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