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Killam Prizes Canadian ✓ Verified Date ! Deadline Today!
Awarded to active (not retired) Canadian scholars who have made a substantial and significant contribution over a significant period to scholarly research.
Working together, the governments of Canada and the United Kingdom (UK) aim to foster and support collaborative research and development (R&D) projects with a high potential for commercialization. This call for proposals is open to organizations from Canada and the UK who wish to form project consortia to perform collaborative projects focused on developing innovative products, processes or technology‑based services in the area of net‑zero value chains, specifically those that reduce the carbon footprint of transportation.. Please see the funding opportunity link for more information.
The NRC, under its Arctic and Northern Challenge program, is proud to launch a call for research proposals in support of key themes connected to housing, water, food and health care for Indigenous and Arctic and Northern peoples and communities. This call will provide up to $5 million over 3 years to eligible recipients. To apply, project teams should have a principal investigator or project administrator from Northern Canada and an NRC collaborator. Project teams must also have a Traditional Knowledge holder as a named member of the team. LOI submission deadline: June 17, 2022
This program will build teams to address challenges requiring further research and development for solutions to meet COVID-19 related needs. The NRC will build these teams drawing on internal-to-government capacity and academic researchers who register to indicate their interest, and related areas of expertise and capabilities.