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Your Thoughts: What is most critical right now?

As science and innovation leaders, we have all been hyper-tuned to the multitude of ways that the pandemic has impacted our world over the last few years, including our social fabrics, economic engines, healthcare services and education systems.

The Innovation Ecosystem is Complicated—Intellectual Property is not a Fix-All Solution

It is a given that governments should pay close attention to our innovation ecosystem‭; ‬it is the most obvious driver of our social and economic wellbeing now and into the future.

Spreading Knowledge to Combat Fear

We cannot wait for COVID-19 to retreat. It’s going to be with us for the foreseeable future perhaps as localized outbreaks, or as a crashing tsunami this winter, or a seasonal flu once a vaccine is available. Given this uncertainty, things must change.

Spreading Knowledge to Combat Fear

Spreading Knowledge to Combat Fear

We cannot wait for COVID-19 to retreat. It’s going to be with us for the foreseeable future perhaps as localized outbreaks, or as a crashing tsunami this winter, or a seasonal flu once a vaccine is available. Given this uncertainty, things must change.

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Spreading Knowledge to Combat Fear

Spreading Knowledge to Combat Fear

We cannot wait for COVID-19 to retreat. It’s going to be with us for the foreseeable future perhaps as localized outbreaks, or as a crashing tsunami this winter, or a seasonal flu once a vaccine is available. Given this uncertainty, things must change.

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Better Together

Better Together

Special article by Dr. Janet Rossant, President and Scientific Director, The Gairdner Foundation, and Dr. Tina McDivitt, President, Spindle

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Getting Young Canadians Back to School

Getting Young Canadians Back to School

Special article by Dr. Paul Hebert, Founder and Director of the Centre for Biodiversity Genomics (University of Guelph), and Dr. Tina McDivitt, Founder and President of Spindle Strategy Corp.

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