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Dr. Gary Kobinger: Developing Vaccines for Pandemics – Contrasting the Ebola and COVID-19 experience | La mise au point de vaccins pour lutter contre les pandémies : comparaison de l’expérience vécue avec le virus Ebola et le coronavirus

The current efforts to develop safe and protective vaccines against COVID-19 are unprecedented both in terms of speed and amount of data collected and shared. In response to COVID-19, the world could see the first vaccine to ever be licensed in a time period that may be only one year or so from the time of detection of the target pathogen. This presentation will highlight opportunities and challenges in therapeutic and vaccine research in Canada in the context of the COVID-19 pandemic.

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Toxic Algae – a growing threat to Canadians | Les algues toxiques – une menace croissante pour les Canadiens

Toxic algae – a growing threat to Canadians Les algues toxiques – une menace croissante pour les Canadiens Frances Pick, University of Ottawa, Université d'Ottawa

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The “fierce urgency of now”: Lessons for Canada from the ghosts of climate past | L’urgence féroce du moment présent: Leçons pour le Canada tirées de notre passé climatique

Dr. John P. Smol, Queen’s University By many measures, the greatest challenge facing humanity today is anthropogenic climate change. Recent opinion polls, however, suggest that a significant portion of the […]

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$25.00
Sir John A. Macdonald (SJAM) Building – Room 100, 144 Wellington Street
Ottawa, Ontario Canada
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Innovation Prospects for Canada: The Industry Perspective

Panel: Jill Green, Allan F. Miranda, David Ross and Moderator: Satyamoorthy Kabilan Thursday May 2, 2019

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Ottawa, Canada
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Madjid Mohseni: What Will it Take for Canada to Finally Solve Indigenous Water Health Challenges? | Comment le Canada peut-il régler définitivement les problèmes d’eau potable dans les collectivités autochtones?

What Will it Take for Canada to Finally Solve Indigenous Water Health Challenges? Madjid Mohseni, University of British Columbia November 29, 2018 Comment le Canada peut-il régler définitivement les problèmes […]

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Miriam Diamon: How Did that Chemical from My TV End Up in Me and an Arctic Fish? | Comment les produits chimiques présents dans les téléviseurs se retrouvent-ils dans les poissons de l’Arctique et les humains?

We are exposed to thousands of chemicals, some of which are or could be of concern for our health. In this talk, we follow the journey of flame retardants that […]

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