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SPE Thursday 14th May, 2020.

Here are the topics in science policy for this week:


The National Research Council of Canada and CanSino Biologics Inc. announce collaboration to advance vaccine against COVID-19

Stratégies de déconfinement au Québec : projections

Scientists concerned focus on COVID-19 disrupting regular health research funds

Analyse de milliards de données cellulaires : la relâche québécoise a catalysé l'épidémie

Politicians and scientists need strong connections during the coronavirus crisis — and beyond


House Democrats include research dollars in latest pandemic relief package

Secretive Jasons to offer advice on how to reopen academic labs shut by pandemic

Coronavirus shut-downs pose huge threat to Australian research jobs

White House effort to boost marine aquaculture raises environmental concerns

The pandemic and the female academic

And for some exciting #SciPolJobs, opportunities and local events we have:


Submit to the Journal of Science Policy and Governance

International Policy Ideas Challenge 2020 - Call for proposals

Searching for a New Editor-in-Chief for IUBMB Life



Manager, Innovation - Rockefeller Foundation NY

University Corporation Atmospheric Research - Multiple opportunities


CSPC 2020 goes Virtual

Survery: Impact of COVID-19 on Graduate Students in Canada TSPN

INGSA Virtual Conference on Science Advice and COVID-19

Keep an eye out for our next week's update in the news section #SPEthursday #ThisWeekinSciPol #SciPolJobs

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