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January 12th, 2006
Prime Minister Paul Martin today announced a new Liberal government will make significant investments to support the innovation process from start to finish, from nurturing Canadian ideas, to bringing ideas to market, to supporting Canadian industry.
$30 million in 2005–06 to sustain and strengthen the Canadian Institute for Advanced Research’s international research networks, and to support new collaborations in such important fields as evolutionary biology and nanoelectronics with the leading researchers in emerging economies, such as China and India, over the next five years.
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