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Submitted by rfee on Thu, 01/09/2014 - 11:33am

The Research Support Fund assists Canadian postsecondary institutions and their affiliated research hospitals and institutes with the expenses associated with managing the research funded by Tri-Council agencies (CIHR, NSERC, and SSHRC). The annual grant helps institutions manage the financial demands of the indirect costs of research. By easing the institutional financial burden, the Research Support Fund helps the university create an environment where researchers can focus on their research, collaborate with colleagues, and translate their discoveries and innovations. Read more about how UCalgary uses the Research Support Fund »

Kinesiology research shows 64% reduction in concussion risk when Peewee players are disallowed from hitting

Mexican Ministry of Energy funds four hydrocarbon research networks

Alberta Innovates postdoctoral scholar Nicholas Jendzjowsky looks beyond inflammation to explain constricted airways

Adam Pidlisecky's tech applications help shed new insight on California's threatened groundwater aquifers

Libin Institute researcher wins same international award as mentor won 14 years ago

Snyder Institute's Mini-Medical School offers a practical glimpse into world-leading research

Markin undergrad research program to showcase participants' research at mini-symposium April 7

Initiative sees health experts working through science to promote healthy kids and positive parenting

Victimized teens more likely to suffer abuse in adult relationships, says Social Work researcher Deinera Exner-Cortens

National Film Board's Studio D central to the study of feminist arts and media

Provincewide improvement initiative co-led by Michael Hill, Cumming School of Medicine, reduces average ‘door-to-needle’ time by half

UCalgary researchers develop innovative techniques and treatments to tackle debilitating illness

Lymphedema Imaging Suite in UCalgary’s Snyder Institute works to shed light on under-recognized disease

Dora Tam and Siu Ming Kwok expand University of Calgary's connections as country dramatically ramps up social work education

Eleven-year-old gives pre-service Werklund teachers an insider's view of what elementary school kids think