The report of the Fundamental Science Review panel, chaired by former University of Toronto president David Naylor, has been a touchstone in the science policy debate over the past two years. Science advocates, researchers and academic leaders have buttressed calls for greater federal investments in research on the detailed analysis of funding gaps and needs put forward in the report. Read full text.
This month Creso wrote about a new panel created in the 2019 Ontario budget to assess the commercialization activities of higher-education institutions. Read full text.
Creso discusses the implications of 2019’s federal budget for Canadian science. Read full text.
The way HEQCO chose to communicate the results of its recent Skills Assessment Pilot Studies is a perfect example of cargo cult policy research. See full text.