The federal government wants to create a new Canada Water Agency – and they’re looking for your input.
After seven years with Science Borealis, it’s time to move on and pass the torch to the next generation of SciBorgs.
I have an op-ed up on the Science Borealis blog this week, about the federal government’s Naylor Report on fundamental science, and how we need … Read more
Science Borealis is holding a blog carnival to celebrate their first anniversary, with bloggers writing about the most important story in their field for 2014. … Read more
A couple of weeks ago, the European Union’s Chief Scientific Advisor (CSA) was axed. It didn’t make headlines in Canada until about a week ago, … Read more
John Dupuis, over at Confessions of a Science Librarian, has been running email interviews with our iPolitics science policy series group. The most interesting questions, … Read more
My second post for Canadian Science Publishing came out on their blog yesterday. “Scientists are often bombarded with terms such as ‘outreach’ and ‘public engagement’, … Read more
*Updated late 15 October with link to second iPolitics piece in series, and addition of new paper out in CJFAS The Canadian government kicks off … Read more
A group of Canadian science bloggers (Kim Moynahan, Steph Taylor, Pascal Lapointe, Raymond Nakamura, Maryse de la Girody, and myself) has been working with Canadian … Read more
The topics I follow most closely on Twitter are #cdnpoli, #cdnsci, and #scicomm. A lot of news from the first two has been pretty negative … Read more