Research Nova Scotia Announces Ukrainian Emergency Research Support Program.

(Halifax, NS) Today, Research Nova Scotia is announcing research support for students and researchers fleeing Ukraine. The Ukrainian Emergency Research Support Program will provide funding to undergraduate and graduate students, postdoctoral fellows, and researchers who are accepted by a Nova Scotian institution to continue their research work. Postsecondary research institutions and research-focused organizations are eligible…

Enhanced Funding for Research and Innovation.

This story originally appeared on the Nova Scotia Government's website and has been republished with their permission. Advanced Education March 16, 2022 - 1:29 PM The government is adding $25 million to the Research Opportunities Fund to invest in more research and innovation happening across Nova Scotia. The fund is managed by Research Nova Scotia. The…

Research Nova Scotia establishes a Centre of Excellence for Healthy Aging at Cape Breton University.

Research Nova Scotia, in collaboration with the Department of Health and Wellness and Nova Scotia Health, is providing $700,000 to fund a research Centre of Excellence for Healthy Aging at Cape Breton University in honour of Dr. Kenneth Rockwood. Dr. Kenneth Rockwood, recipient of the 2021 Ryman Prize, is contributing $25,000 from the Ryman prize money to catalyze this research program at CBU and promote whole-patient care for people living with frailty and/or dementia.