Canada’s McGill University ‘Celebrates’ Significant Funding for Quantum
Government of Canada invests in innovative discovery research at McGill University
+ The funding is part of Canada’s Science Vision and the Government of Canada’s commitment of more than $10 billion to science, which includes the largest-ever increase in funding for fundamental research.
“The funding we are celebrating today demonstrates our strong and enduring commitment to science and researchers. Our government has worked hard to bring science and research back to their rightful place. This historic investment in the discoveries of tomorrow is just one example of how we are achieving this goal. Congratulations to all our recipients at McGill.” – The Honourable Kirsty Duncan, Minister of Science and Sport
+ “McGill is grateful for the significant and flexible funding for fundamental research programs provided by NSERC. Thanks to the Discovery Grants program, McGill’s impressive cohort of researchers pursue varied research topics, from the burgeoning field of ‘tailor made’ quantum matter to studies of how biological diversity is responding to climate change.” – Martha Crago, Vice-Principal, Research and Innovation, McGill University
+ Fresh ideas have the power to change the way we view the world and can lead to discoveries that will help solve some of our biggest challenges. When we invest in the innovative and creative work being done by our scientists and researchers, we are helping to ensure that our health, environment, communities and economy thrive.
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