Top 10 of 2010: Funding for Canadian Life Sciences

December 29, 2010 at 10:32 am Leave a comment

Counting down the top 10 posts of 2010, in 6th spot is a post pondering the adequacy of the 2010 financial budget for the Canadian life sciences industry. According to Jim Flaherty’s prediction at the time, the Canadian government will invest almost $1.9B in post-secondary education infrastructure, research, technology innovation and environmental protection as part of its $19B stimulus plan for 2010. The budget drew a mixed reaction from Canadian life scientists with some in favour of the budget while others described it as largely inadequate.

For more on the story see Is the 2010 Financial Budget Adequate for the Canadian Life Science Industry?

And, now that the year is (almost) over, let us know how you think things panned out.

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Biotechnology Education in Canada Special to the Health File

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