Canadian Science Policy Centre

Canadian Science Policy Centre

September 09, 2011 15:13 ET

Supersaver Registration Rates for the 2011 Canadian Science Policy Conference Expire on September 9th, 2011

Explore 16 Exceptional Panels!

TORONTO, ONTARIO--(Marketwire - Sept. 9, 2011) - Registration for the 3rd annual Canadian Science Policy Conference (CSPC 2011) is now open, and supersaver rates are available until September 9, 2011.

Under the motto "Building Bridges for the Future of Science Policy", the CSPC 2011 is organized around issues of enduring and immediate concern to Canadian scientists, industry, government, and policy-makers. This year's conference will feature more than 60 invited speakers, 5 themes, and 16 panels, including:

Science and Humanitarian Efforts
Report from PAGSE Symposium & Demographics and Training of Scientists
Arctic and Northern Science Policy and International Diplomacy
The Role of K* in Strengthening Science-Policy Integration
Global Implications of Open and Inclusive Innovation
Science Culture, Organised and Prioritized: Three National and International initiatives
Measuring Impacts of Innovation Intermediaries
International Year of Chemistry
Using Science Policy to Improve Health Outcomes in the North
Genomics and Regulatory Science
Funding Innovation, Measuring Societal Impacts and Informing Science Policy
Science and Politics
How do we build resilient communities in the face of climate change?
Reaching out with Big Science
What do some of the fastest growing S&T Firms in Canada think about Canada's Innovation Policy?

This year's conference will also feature 2 receptions and 2 surprise events!

The CSPC 2011 will be another milestone in Canadian science policy. The conference will be held at the Ottawa Convention Centre from November 16 to 18, 2011. Register now to enjoy the heavily discounted supersaver rates at

*CSPC 2011 welcomes all media coverage, please contact for inquiries.

Contact Information

  • Verney Conference Management
    P. Jon Boyle
    Marketing Coordinator
    613.722.7725 (FAX)