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Opinion | BY ROSEANN O’REILLY RUNTE | June 5, 2024
We must rise above politics, and—through research—embrace a common good that is not determined by election cycles, but in generational terms. Unsplash photograph by Dan Dimmock
Opinion | BY ROSEANN O’REILLY RUNTE | June 5, 2024
Opinion | BY ROSEANN O’REILLY RUNTE | June 5, 2024
We must rise above politics, and—through research—embrace a common good that is not determined by election cycles, but in generational terms. Unsplash photograph by Dan Dimmock
We need science to identify the best ways to preserve life, to determine when and what we need to remediate or improve, and where to begin, writes Roseann O’Reilly Runte. Pexels photograph by Tim Gouw
We need science to identify the best ways to preserve life, to determine when and what we need to remediate or improve, and where to begin, writes Roseann O’Reilly Runte. Pexels photograph by Tim Gouw
Opinion | BY ROSEANN O’REILLY RUNTE | February 5, 2024
As we celebrate the International Day of Women and Girls in Science on Feb. 11, here are a few stories of women who have added and who continue to add significantly to research and innovation through their personal work, writes Roseann O'Reilly Runte. Image courtesy of Pexels.com
Opinion | BY ROSEANN O’REILLY RUNTE | February 5, 2024
Opinion | BY ROSEANN O’REILLY RUNTE | February 5, 2024
As we celebrate the International Day of Women and Girls in Science on Feb. 11, here are a few stories of women who have added and who continue to add significantly to research and innovation through their personal work, writes Roseann O'Reilly Runte. Image courtesy of Pexels.com
Opinion | BY ROSEANN O’REILLY RUNTE | October 16, 2023
Canadians do face a few challenges: our population is both aging and sparsely spread across the country, labour costs are generally higher, and we need to invest in new methods and smart technologies so our smaller population can accomplish work of the highest quality and value. Image courtesy of Pixabay
Opinion | BY ROSEANN O’REILLY RUNTE | October 16, 2023
Opinion | BY ROSEANN O’REILLY RUNTE | October 16, 2023
Canadians do face a few challenges: our population is both aging and sparsely spread across the country, labour costs are generally higher, and we need to invest in new methods and smart technologies so our smaller population can accomplish work of the highest quality and value. Image courtesy of Pixabay
Opinion | BY ROSEANN O’REILLY RUNTE | February 9, 2022
The pandemic has put the spotlight on many outstanding role models for women and girls to pursue science, such as health experts like Theresa Tam, left, and advisers and politicians like Mona Nemer and Kirsty Duncan, writes Roseann O’Reilly Runte. The Hill Times photographs by Andrew Meade
Opinion | BY ROSEANN O’REILLY RUNTE | February 9, 2022
Opinion | BY ROSEANN O’REILLY RUNTE | February 9, 2022
The pandemic has put the spotlight on many outstanding role models for women and girls to pursue science, such as health experts like Theresa Tam, left, and advisers and politicians like Mona Nemer and Kirsty Duncan, writes Roseann O’Reilly Runte. The Hill Times photographs by Andrew Meade
Opinion | BY ROSEANN O’REILLY RUNTE | October 26, 2020
Innovation Minister Navdeep Bains, pictured at the cabinet retreat in Ottawa on Sept. 14, 2020. When we bring the country together by sharing knowledge and resources across regions, when we enable and encourage research across disciplines, and when we continue to support the research spaces, laboratories and networks needed to assemble researchers and entrepreneurs, we create an environment that unleashes the positive potential of an educated population, fosters innovation and will result in a future of strong growth, writes Roseann O'Reilly Runte. The Hill Times photograph by Andrew Meade
Opinion | BY ROSEANN O’REILLY RUNTE | October 26, 2020
Opinion | BY ROSEANN O’REILLY RUNTE | October 26, 2020
Innovation Minister Navdeep Bains, pictured at the cabinet retreat in Ottawa on Sept. 14, 2020. When we bring the country together by sharing knowledge and resources across regions, when we enable and encourage research across disciplines, and when we continue to support the research spaces, laboratories and networks needed to assemble researchers and entrepreneurs, we create an environment that unleashes the positive potential of an educated population, fosters innovation and will result in a future of strong growth, writes Roseann O'Reilly Runte. The Hill Times photograph by Andrew Meade
Opinion | BY ROSEANN O’REILLY RUNTE | September 28, 2020
Canada is a leader in artificial intelligence and quantum science, thanks to researchers’ creative thinking and visionary investments from government and industry. We must now leverage these investments, writes Roseann O’Reilly Runte. Image courtesy of Needpix.com
Opinion | BY ROSEANN O’REILLY RUNTE | September 28, 2020
Opinion | BY ROSEANN O’REILLY RUNTE | September 28, 2020
Canada is a leader in artificial intelligence and quantum science, thanks to researchers’ creative thinking and visionary investments from government and industry. We must now leverage these investments, writes Roseann O’Reilly Runte. Image courtesy of Needpix.com
Opinion | BY ROSEANN O’REILLY RUNTE | February 12, 2020
Multiple partners came together in Trois-Rivières, Que., to create the Centre québécois de métallurgie, an example of an innovation hub bringing businesses from around the world to the region. YouTube screenshot courtesy of Centre québécois de métallurgie
Opinion | BY ROSEANN O’REILLY RUNTE | February 12, 2020
Opinion | BY ROSEANN O’REILLY RUNTE | February 12, 2020
Multiple partners came together in Trois-Rivières, Que., to create the Centre québécois de métallurgie, an example of an innovation hub bringing businesses from around the world to the region. YouTube screenshot courtesy of Centre québécois de métallurgie
Research and innovation constantly evolve. As our knowledge and technological capabilities change, so too do the breadth of our inquiries and the ways we approach them. Image courtesy of Pixabay
Research and innovation constantly evolve. As our knowledge and technological capabilities change, so too do the breadth of our inquiries and the ways we approach them. Image courtesy of Pixabay
Opinion | BY ROSEANN O’REILLY RUNTE | October 17, 2018
A Google self-driving car is pictured on the streets of Palo Alto, California. If humans create machines that use AI, the people still operate the controls, writes the Canada Foundation for Innovation’s president. Photograph courtesy of Flickr/Ed & Eddie
Opinion | BY ROSEANN O’REILLY RUNTE | October 17, 2018
Opinion | BY ROSEANN O’REILLY RUNTE | October 17, 2018
A Google self-driving car is pictured on the streets of Palo Alto, California. If humans create machines that use AI, the people still operate the controls, writes the Canada Foundation for Innovation’s president. Photograph courtesy of Flickr/Ed & Eddie
News | BY ROSEANN O’REILLY RUNTE | November 22, 2017
The potential of the new generation of researchers hasn’t been lost on policy makers, like Prime Minister and Minister of Youth Justin Trudeau and Minister of Science Kirsty Duncan, pictured in September at the announcement of researcher Mona Nemer as the government's new chief scientist, writes Roseann O’Reilly Runte. The Hill Times photograph by Andrew Meade
News | BY ROSEANN O’REILLY RUNTE | November 22, 2017
News | BY ROSEANN O’REILLY RUNTE | November 22, 2017
The potential of the new generation of researchers hasn’t been lost on policy makers, like Prime Minister and Minister of Youth Justin Trudeau and Minister of Science Kirsty Duncan, pictured in September at the announcement of researcher Mona Nemer as the government's new chief scientist, writes Roseann O’Reilly Runte. The Hill Times photograph by Andrew Meade