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David Zingg

Opinion | BY DAVID ZINGG | November 29, 2023
Canadian researchers need to work on important precompetitive technologies that have the potential to reduce the climate impact of aviation, even if the technologies are eventually commercialized outside of Canada, writes David Zingg. Unsplash photograph by Luka Slapnicar
Opinion | BY DAVID ZINGG | November 29, 2023
Opinion | BY DAVID ZINGG | November 29, 2023
Canadian researchers need to work on important precompetitive technologies that have the potential to reduce the climate impact of aviation, even if the technologies are eventually commercialized outside of Canada, writes David Zingg. Unsplash photograph by Luka Slapnicar
Opinion | BY DAVID ZINGG | April 19, 2023
Canada needs a national research funding strategy that will enable our universities to conduct research in engineering and technology that is comparably ranked globally to other fields, writes David Zingg. Photograph courtesy of Unsplash
Opinion | BY DAVID ZINGG | April 19, 2023
Opinion | BY DAVID ZINGG | April 19, 2023
Canada needs a national research funding strategy that will enable our universities to conduct research in engineering and technology that is comparably ranked globally to other fields, writes David Zingg. Photograph courtesy of Unsplash
Opinion | BY DAVID ZINGG | April 5, 2021
Transport Minister Omar Alghabra, pictured. Why has the Government of Canada failed to invest significantly in research toward technology development to reduce the environmental impact of aviation? One reason is that Canadian media have popularized the notion that subsidies to aerospace are not economically justified, writes David Zingg. The Hill Times photograph by Cynthia Münster
Opinion | BY DAVID ZINGG | April 5, 2021
Opinion | BY DAVID ZINGG | April 5, 2021
Transport Minister Omar Alghabra, pictured. Why has the Government of Canada failed to invest significantly in research toward technology development to reduce the environmental impact of aviation? One reason is that Canadian media have popularized the notion that subsidies to aerospace are not economically justified, writes David Zingg. The Hill Times photograph by Cynthia Münster