10. Communication Activities
To promote the objectives of the CFPMN, the IDEaS Program anticipates organizing annual symposia on each of the Innovation Challenge areas. Funded Micro-nets will be required to participate to present recent developments in their research, and exchange information with other scientists working in related areas.
The Micro-net’s activities, results and accomplishments should be conveyed to external audiences, including potential participants from all sectors, public policy makers, the media and the public. Micro-nets are encouraged to publish their web sites and other materials in both official languages where possible and as appropriate for their audiences. They are also encouraged to strive to communicate with stakeholders in their preferred official language.
As a courtesy, DND would like to receive a copy of publications arising from the Micro-net’s work, and to be informed in advance of significant press releases or media interest resulting from the work.
For the duration of the Contribution Agreement, the Initial Recipient’s communications activities and messages must acknowledge the contribution of the federal government by mentioning the Micro-net is made possible through the IDEaS Program, in conjunction with the Canada wordmark.
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