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October 8th, 2009

$159M supports 181 Canada Research Chairs across the country

Abstract:
The federal government last week announced $159.1 million in funding for 181 Canada Research Chairs newly awarded or renewed in 45 Canadian universities. The funding includes $7.4 million from the Canada Foundation for Innovation (CFI) for research infrastructure awarded to 46 chairholders named in the announcement.

Including:

- Botton, Gianluigi A. Canada Research Chair in Electron Microscopy of Nanoscale Materials. Natural Sciences and Engineering. Tier 1, Advancement. $1,400,000

- Chen, Pu. Canada Research Chair in Nanobiomaterials. Natural Sciences and Engineering. Tier 2, Renewal. $500,000

- Fanchini, Giovanni. Canada Research Chair in Carbon-based Nanomaterials and Nano-optoelectronics. Natural Sciences and Engineering. Tier 2, New. $500,000

- Li, Hongbin. Canada Research Chair in Molecular Nanoscience and Protein Engineering. Natural Sciences and Engineering. Tier 2, Renewal. $500,000

- Nadeau, Jay Louise. Canada Research Chair in Nanocellular Neuroscience. Health. Tier 2, Renewal. $500,000

- Sinton, David A. Canada Research Chair in Integrated Microfluidics and Nanofluidics. Natural Sciences and Engineering. Tier 2, New. $500,000

- Skorobogatiy, Maksim. Canada Research Chair in Micro and Nanophotonics. Natural Sciences and Engineering. Tier 2, Renewal. $500,000

- Ye, Winnie. Canada Research Chair in Nanoscale IC Design for Reliable Optoelectronics and Sensors. Natural Sciences and Engineering. Tier 2, New. $500,000

- Yeow, John T.W. Canada Research Chair in Micro and Nanodevices. Natural Sciences and Engineering. Tier 2, New. $500,000






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