The University of Calgary has recently received $36.8 million in research funding grants from the Natural Sciences and Engineering Research Council of Canada (NSERC), making it the largest investment in discovery science in Canadian history. These funds will contribute to support more than 150 researchers and graduate students at the University of Calgary that work on a variety of subjects in the fields of science and engineering.
According to Dr. Ed McCauley, vice-president research at the University of Calgary, “the investment by NSERC will energize their research programs and support our scholars in their pursuit of new knowledge.”
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