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Advanced Engineering 2019

Canadian universities to receive $14.6 million for new research infrastructure

19 July 2001


Dr. David Strangway, President and CEO of the Canada Foundation for Innovation (CFI), announced an investment of $14.6 million to support the development of advanced research facilities at 29 Canadian universities. The Honourable John Manley, Minister of Foreign Affairs, participated in the announcement which took place at the University of Ottawa.

Under the New Opportunities Fund, the CFI Board of Directors approved an investment of $12.2 million to support 68 infrastructure projects at 23 universities. The projects will enable 92 new researchers at Canadian universities to have access to a wide range of advanced equipment and installations including $ 75,383 for X-ray equipment at the University of Prince Edward Island to develop polymer-graphite Nanocomposites for use in lithium rechargeable batteries.





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