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Science of species and living things

https://www.canada.ca/en/services/science/sciencesubjects/sciencespecieslivingthings.html

Jun 6, 2018 ...Science of species and living things Science of species and living things Aquatic species, wildlife research and species at risk. Services and information Aquatic species Maps of aquatic invasive species, plankton data, the Ocean Biogeographic Information System (OBIS). Wildlife research and landscape science Wildlife health, ecotoxicology, research

Science subjects

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May 30, 2019 ... in manufacturing, construction and advanced materials. Social sciences Research data on social sciences and economics, including consumer and labour issues. Science of species and living things Aquatic species, wildlife research and species at risk. Health science, research and data Health science research, surveillance reports and other health-related data. Defence

NSERC - Science Promoters - Science Exposed - How do I Win?

https://www.nserc-crsng.gc.ca/ScienceExposed-PreuveParLimage/how_do_i_win-comment_gagner_eng.asp

Jan 14, 2020 ... the image in any way? Did you clearly define the technical terms? EXAMPLE "We used single-photon emission computed tomography, and the image was colorized." Contact Newsletter Get highlights of things happening at NSERC delivered to your email inbox. View all Newsletters Subscribe TOP OF PAGE Modified: 2020-01-14

Chronicle 360 - Global leader - Canadian Food Inspection Agency

https://inspection.gc.ca/about-the-cfia/chronicle-360/global-leader/eng/1565297872948/1565297873182

Nov 8, 2019 ...Chronicle 360 - Global leader Filter stories Audience Audience Canadians Industry Academia Youth Media Media Videos and vlogs Podcasts Articles Explore topics Science and innovation Plant health Food safety Animal health Follow C360 Featured story CFIA Scientists seek the Barcode of Life Imagine a world where all living things could identified through DNA

Chronicle 360 - Global leader - Canadian Food Inspection Agency

https://www.inspection.gc.ca/chronicle-360/global-leader/eng/1565297872948/1565297873182

Nov 8, 2019 ... a world where all living things could identified through DNA extraction and sequencing. Stories Welcome to Chronicle 360 – CFIA from every angle Chronicle 360 is more than just another online newsletter. Learn more about what we do and how we do it. (November 2019) BioSAFE project uses genetic blueprints to study forest enemies Canada is working hard to understand

Diving into the Deep: Coral and Sponge Conservation in Canada

http://www.dfo-mpo.gc.ca/videos/deep-profondeur-eng.html

Oct 1, 2019 ... research co-ordinator, Fisheries and Oceans Canada The pacific is an older ocean and we have an awful lot of animals here. The one thing that we have learned about corals and sponges is that we certainly don’t know all of them. People are finding new species all the time. These are new species to science. The last 10 years has been very exciting in terms

CFIA scientists seek the Barcode of Life - Canadian Food Inspection Agency

https://www.inspection.gc.ca/chronicle-360/science-and-innovation/barcode-of-life/eng/1488588993195/1488588993513

Sep 18, 2019 ...CFIA scientists seek the Barcode of Life September 2019 Deoxyribonucleic acid, commonly known as DNA, is what makes each person and species unique. It's that double helix that makes up your genes. It's why you resemble your parents, and it distinguishes you from everybody else. Imagine a world where all living things could be identified through DNA

CFIA scientists seek the Barcode of Life - Canadian Food Inspection Agency

https://inspection.gc.ca/about-the-cfia/chronicle-360/science-and-innovation/barcode-of-life/eng/1488588993195/1488588993513

Sep 18, 2019 ...CFIA scientists seek the Barcode of Life September 2019 Deoxyribonucleic acid, commonly known as DNA, is what makes each person and species unique. It's that double helix that makes up your genes. It's why you resemble your parents, and it distinguishes you from everybody else. Imagine a world where all living things could be identified through DNA

CFIA scientists seek the Barcode of Life - Canadian Food Inspection Agency

https://www.inspection.gc.ca/chronicle-360/global-leader/barcode-of-life/eng/1488588993195/1573241130201

Sep 18, 2019 ...CFIA scientists seek the Barcode of Life September 2019 Deoxyribonucleic acid, commonly known as DNA, is what makes each person and species unique. It's that double helix that makes up your genes. It's why you resemble your parents, and it distinguishes you from everybody else. Imagine a world where all living things could be identified through DNA

Research in the Arctic (Natural Elements) | Natural Resources Canada

https://www.nrcan.gc.ca/simply-science/research-arctic-natural-elements/22541

Jan 13, 2020 ... got in touch with program director David Mate. We asked him what a researcher planning to work in Canada’s Arctic needs to know before they go: David Mate: A few of the things that scientists maybe don’t often remember to do when they’re doing research in the North is community engagement, is really important now for all scientific research done in the North

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