Innovation Canada, Female achievers
Following the recent International Womens Day, this Issue (#15 March/April 2005) of Innovation Canada, the high quality electronic magazine of the Canada Foundation for Innovation, available in English or en français focusses on women innovators in Canadian Science.
"My career as an inventor" By Margaret Atwood - Guest writer
"Measuring the Success of Research" By Heather Munroe-Blum, McGill University - Inside Innovation article
"Fuelling Around" Asha Suppiah - Young Innovator of Hydrogen fuel cells.
"Location! Location! Location!" University of Calgary - Perfecting the science behind global positioning systems.
"Small World" McMaster University - Studying the smallest of sub-atomic particles
"All in the Genes" Toronto Centre for Phenogenomics - Mouse genes and how they can find lifesaving cures
"Wonder Weed" Wilfrid Laurier University - Helping cancer patients by mimicing marijuana
"Sea-ing is Believing" University of Victoria - Traveling to the deepest reaches of the ocean
"Canadian Women Pioneers" Special
- A series of exceptional women in science over the last several hundred years, trailblazers who broke new ground and paved the way for future generations.
Quebec Integrated Health Research Network - A new integrated electronic health record system.
"Superstars of Innovation" Writing Competition
In its May issue, InnovationCanada.ca will "launch" you into orbit. Find out how space research is leading to innovation that improves our lives.
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