Forty years ago, SSHRC established the foundations for doing research with impact. RIC has been active maximizing the impact of research for the public good in local and global communities.
This research is innovative and markedly interdisciplinary; it advances critical inquiry and scientific discovery; and it challenges our beliefs and perceptions and profoundly affects the social, cultural and economic development of Canada and beyond, write Robert Haché and Ted Hewitt. Photograph courtesy of Pixabay
There is a lot of anticipation and excitement about Canadian innovation. New technological advances and renewed investment in research abound.
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