Two new Thiel Fellows are Canadian
Pebble smartwatch creator plans to hire co-op students
Back in 2006, Finance Minister Jim Flaherty began his first budget speech by reflecting on how “budgets say something about your motivations and your goals.” Having spoken that truism, Flaherty
Late last week, Peggy Nash detailed her innovation policy, including a new Canada Innovation Fund, targeted tax credits and expanded ” pre-commercial and commercial fiscal support” through a new Canada
How Baba Brinkman is teaching M.B.A.s
Canada’s coolest undergraduate research opportunities
Come on, scientists, enough with curing diseases. Where’s the innovation that matters?
What’s the result of the hundreds of billions of dollars the government spends on innovation? Bupkes.
How an LSD-using college dropout, who was a horrible boss and hard to like, made magic and changed the world
Should government funding go to lab coats or white collars?
But deans have a plan. Cornish hen, anyone?
Ottawa’s bright ideas haven’t added up to much result
Will education play a role in the campaign?
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Canada’s inefficiencies might have more to do with the nature of the economy than how the government hands out funding
Science and technology minister Gary Goodyear was at the MaRS Discovery District in Toronto to fulfill a commitment the feds made in their most recent budget: he launched a review