Department of Post-Secondary Education, Training and Labour
HAL has been asked to develop a strategy that recommends: a) which areas of research could and should be a focal point for New Brunswick’s research agenda over the next decade; b) how the province can reach its research potential; c) how the province can foster an environment that is supportive of innovation; and d) how to better access and leverage funding dollars from the public and private sector, both in Canada and internationally.
Natural Resources Canada
The Canadian Geospatial Data Infrastructure (CGDI) is an online resource that gives decision-makers access to location-based information. HAL is helping GeoConnections to better understand the economic impacts of the CGDI on the evolving industry. The study consists of three parts: Continue reading
Le Comité canadien de l’intégrité de la recherche publie une étude intitulée
État des politiques sur l’intégrité et l’inconduite en recherche au Canada Continue reading
Canadian Research Integrity Committee Releases Study:
The State of Research Integrity and Misconduct Policies in Canada Continue reading
Review of the Communications Research Centre Element 2: Core Research & Development
Communications Research Centre (CRC) is a national laboratory undertaking R&D in all aspects of Canada’s Communication infrastructure. HAL has been contracted to review the core research component of their work.
CRC has four research branches (Terrestrial Wireless, Satellite Communications and Radio Propagation, Broadband Network Technologies, and Broadcast Technology), and conducts both client-based (shorter term) research related to client/stakeholder driven priority areas, and core (longer term) research. Continue reading