Better cancer care for Indigenous Canadians with arts and dialogue in a new proposal

  • 01/04/2016
  • chad hammond

    With the number of First Nation, Inuit, and Métis (FNIM) Canadians diagnosed with cancer currently growing, it turns out that little is done to study and address their unique needs in a timely enough manner. In his grant proposal, submitted to the annual Canadian Institutes of Health Research competition for postdoctoral fellowships, Dr Chad Hammond at the […]

    Empowering stakeholders: FP7 project EU BON shares know-how on biodiversity data policies

  • 28/03/2016
  • oo_81251

    Engagement with relevant political authorities and other stakeholders is of crucial importance for a research project, making sure its objectives are in tune with the real-world problems and its results provide adapted solutions. The EU-funded FP7 project Building the European Biodiversity Observation Network (EU BON) shares the outcomes, lessons learned and conclusions from a series […]