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An informed discussion on Canada’s institutional capacity to produce the knowledge required to sustain a healthy democracy and to provide the foundation for sound policies and practices into the 21st century. Moderated by Paul Kennedy, host of CBC Ideas, join us for keynote presentations by sociologist Harry Collins, and Sheila Jasanoff, a specialist in science and technology studies and public reason. A multi-stakeholder workshop at Memorial University will follow involving members of the Royal Society of Canada, media, civil society organizations and government.

Women in Science: Royal Society Fellow Dr. Brenda Milner

Women in Science: Royal Society Fellow Dr. Brenda Milner

Global War for Talent: Implications for Research on Culture and International Management

Global War for Talent: Implications for Research on Culture and International Management

Development of novel strategies and anabolic agents to treat osteoporosis and bone diseases

Development of novel strategies and anabolic agents to treat osteoporosis and bone diseases

Towards Drug Candidates Against Tuberculosis and Type-2 Diabetes

Towards Drug Candidates Against Tuberculosis and Type-2 Diabetes

Dialogue in Bee Time: Lessons Learned from the Bees

Dialogue in Bee Time: Lessons Learned from the Bees

The Public and Private Lives of Sir Henri-Gustave Joly de Lotbinière

The Public and Private Lives of Sir Henri-Gustave Joly de Lotbinière

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