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SPE Thursday 30th July, 2020.

Here are the topics this week in Science policy news:


Remdesivir authorized with conditions for the treatment of patients in Canada with severe COVID-19 symptoms

Canada Invests in Smart Grid Technology for London Net-Zero Energy Community

PEQ : Moins d’étudiants internationaux pourront rester au Québec

The Government of Canada is investing to safely restart the economy, while protecting the health of Canadians

New study looks at how teaching excellence is analyzed and awarded in Canada


‘Vaccine nationalism’ threatens global plan to distribute COVID-19 shots fairly

Ease restrictions on medical psychedelics to aid research, experts say

Science alone cannot beat the pandemic. We also need outreach about a Covid-19 vaccine

Covid-19 : une redistribution des cartes dans l’enseignement supérieur mondial ?

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


Submit a brief : PRE-BUDGET CONSULTATIONS IN ADVANCE OF THE 2021 BUDGET- House of Commons, Canada

Policy Analyst, Population & Public Health Initiatives - Fraser Health

Program and Policy Development Specialist - Government of Newfoundland and Labrador

Women’s Rights Policy and Advocacy Specialist – Humanitarian at OXFAM

Assosciate Advisor - Behvaioral Insights team


Associate Program Officer - Division on Earth and Life Studies - NASEM

Policy Internship - Consortium for Ocean Leadership

AAAS - Mutiple job openings


Les sciences sociales et humaines dans la redéfinition du vivre-ensemble : regards transdisciplinaires sur les sorties de crise

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 #SciPolJob

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