Research and science collaboration in the Government of Canada. Stories, people, funding, educational resources, evidence-based decision making, research facilities and more.
Science and research stories
NML launches antimicrobial resistance surveillance network
November 21, 2022
Is your home radioactive? Checking up on radon
November 10, 2022
Federal science and research
Laboratories Canada is a whole-of-government 25-year strategy designed to further strengthen collaboration across federal science institutions, and with academia, international partners and Canadians.
Dr. Mona Nemer is Canada’s Chief Science Advisor. Priorities include making government science available, ensuring government scientists can speak freely and promoting evidence-based decision making.
Access the consolidated directory of more than 1600 scientists and research professionals from 20 government institutions.
Learn about government research centres across the country and find out about opportunities to partner with and access these facilities for your research.
Collaborative research and funding
Interagency research funding
Learn about collaboration between Canada’s research funding agencies and access information on funding programs for your research.
Safeguarding your research
Guidance, information and tools to help Canadian researchers protect their research and intellectual property.
Citizen Science Portal
Find out about science projects and experiments in your community that you can get involved in.
Find science activities, lesson plans, videos and more to help children and teens learn about science and technology.
Careers in Science
Learn about science-based career opportunities in the federal government for students and science professionals.
The first images of the James Webb Telescope are now available.
A national conversation held June 8 brought together experts in science education, communications and skills development from across the country to discuss the findings of a survey the CFI and Acfas commissioned last year to shed light on the attitudes 18- to 24-year-old Canadians have toward science.
Canada strongly condemns the unprovoked and unjustifiable actions taken by Vladimir Putin against Ukraine and its people.